As Nigerian Ends Tour of Duty, Liberians to Take Charge of...

The Commander-In-Chief (C-I-C) of the Armed Forces of Liberia (AFL), President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, has declared that by February, Liberians would fully take charge...

UL Students Face Transportation Constraints

Students studying at the state-run University of Liberia are calling on the National Government and the University Authority to negotiate for more buses to...

Can Ellen Jump-start Agriculture?

The President's open admission in her Annual Message Monday that only five percent of the nation's arable landmass is being cultivated for agriculture is a very...

Do Not Be Enemy to Progress, Senator Nyonblee Kanga Lawrence

Dear Mr. Editor,Thanks for the offer to allow Liberians share their views with the public through your institution.  I write to let Grand Bassa...

Africa Poised to be Self-Reliant

In an effort to make Africa self-reliant in terms of food and rid the continent of its endemic poverty, Heads of State and Government...

Prez. Sirleaf Bemoans MOJ’s Prosecutorial Capacity

President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf on Monday, January 28, admitted that the prosecutorial ability of her government currently lacks sufficient strength to provide an effective...

FeJAL, LIWOMAC Want Women Promoted in Governance

The Female Journalist of Liberia FeJAL and partner Liberia Women Media Action committee LIWOMAC have ended a two day conference with the theme: “Promoting...

LWSC Pumps 6M Gallons of Pipe-borne Water into Monrovia

Responding to demands for pipe-borne water in Monrovia and other parts of Liberia, the Liberia Water and Sewer Corporation (LWSC) is now pumping more...

MESSENGERS OF PEACE

In his taxonomy of conflict types, Bernard Mayer lists six “faces”, or appearances of conflict to include low impact conflicts, latent conflicts, transient conflicts,...