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Korkoya in Court

The chairman of the National Elections Commission (NEC), Jerome George Korkoya, has filed a lawsuit against two independent newspapers. Korkoya is claiming US$835,000 for...

UNMIL Departure Worries ECOWAS

Concerns surrounding the departure of the United Nations Mission in Liberia (UNMIL) in March 2018 were discussed last Wednesday in Abuja between the President...

Prez Sirleaf Halts 72nd Eviction Order

The dreaded plan by the Ministry of Defense to evict over one thousand illegal occupants from the 72nd Camp Ramrod Barracks in Paynesville has...

Gambian President Says Thanks

A well celebrated Gambian is in town. No, it is not Yahya Jammeh—the soldier who was on a peace mission here and eventually returned to...

LEC to Introduce Smart Meters Soon

The Liberia Electricity Corporation (LEC) will introduce a new kind of electricity meter known as Smart Meter that can digitally send meter readings to...

2 Caustic Soda Victims’ Parents Appeal for Help

Parents of two boys who mistakenly drank caustic soda recently have appealed to Liberian and other philanthropists to save the children’s lives. Earnest Konneh, 10,...

Passage of Local Gov’t Act Better for District Development

The National Youth Movement for Transparent Election (NAYMOTE), in a one-day dialogue with residents of the Rock Hill Community in Paynesville, outside Monrovia, has...

Mary Broh Wants Women Aspirants to Be Courageous

General Services Agency (GSA) Director Mary T. Broh has challenged women vying for legislative seats as well the presidency to be courageous and prove...

USAID LEGIT Ends Solid Waste Management Seminar

A three-day solid waste management learning exchange program which began in Monrovia on Monday, April 24 ended yesterday, April 27 at the Monrovia City...

Public Servants’ Salary Reduction on the Table

- Ad Hoc Committee to study 25% salary reduction to help bail out economy After eight postponements to discuss the Senate Joint Committee's report on...