LNBA: ‘Nwabudike’s Presence at LACC Undermines Corruption Fight’

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The President of the Liberia National Bar Association (LNBA) Cllr. Tiawan Gongloe, was concise and unflinching in reaffirming his organization’s position that all member...

Weah Wants Legislature ‘Act Swiftly’ on Printing of L$27.5bn’

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-- And Approve 10 'important bills' After three long months of recess, the House of Representatives and the Senate have returned for their fourth session...

Pres Weah to Submit Bills Amending Restrictive Laws

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President George Manneh Weah has announced the submission of Bills to amend certain restrictive judiciary laws, that he said his government has realized that...

Disputes over Mining and Land Rights Continue to Cause Conflict across...

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A New Narratives cross-border investigation by Joaquin M. Sendolo and Alieu Sahid Tonkara NIMBA, Liberia & LUNSAR, SIERRA LEONE – In December 2019, conflict broke...

Judicial Inquiry Commission Begins Judge Dahn’s ‘Ethical Transgressions’ Hearing Thursday

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The Judicial Inquiry Commission (JIC), which investigates judicial misconduct of judges, will on Thursday, January 28, begin looking into allegations that Judge Roland Dahn...

UNDP Resident Representative Commits to Supporting Liberia’s Elections

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The newly assigned Resident Representative of the United Nations Development Program in Liberia, Stephen Rodriques, has disclosed his commitment to supporting Liberia's elections to...

GOL Boosts Agribusinesses with US$295K Grant

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Most agribusinesses in Liberia still lack the capacity to supply more products for the domestic market to improve food security. To ensure that agribusinesses are...

Liberian Government Strongly Condemns Piracy Attacks in Gulf of Guinea

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The Liberian Government, through the Liberia Maritime Authority (LiMA), has strongly condemned the growing scourge of piracy and kidnapping in the Gulf of Guinea....

Major Players in Liberia’s ICT Sector: Their Roles and Responsibilities

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By Dr. Darren Wilkins | 0886703789777129092 | [email protected] This article was initially published in 2015, then again in 2018.  Once again, I have chosen to have...

Common Threads

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Two stories making headlines in the news last week have claimed the attention of the Daily Observer. Although both stories, from casual observation, may...