The President of the University of Liberia (UL) Dr. Emmet S. Dennis has condemned the increase in violent activities on the university's campuses, terming the instigators as “grass bottles among diamonds” which he has vowed to root out of the sys
The Executive Governor of t he Central Bank of Liberia (CBL), Dr. J. Mills Jones, has stated that the bank will work robustly to save the economy of the country, while assuring the public of more microfinance program.
The Finance Ministry has termed as “rubbish” the allegation by an official of the Congress for Democratic Change (CDC) that Finance Minister Amara Konneh has given US$150,000 to the Liberty Party to campaign against CDC in the 2014 Senatorial By-
President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has received the Letters of Credence of the new Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Kingdom of Norway to Liberia, Her Excellency Hege Hertzberg. Ambassador Hertzberg is resident in Accra, Ghana.
While visitors swallowed dumboy during the fifth annual “Bassa Dumboy Festival'' last weekend, a coalition of civil society groups organized a protest to call on county officials to account for taxpayers' money that was used to fund the festival.
Still wiping the tears of the death of his country and Africa's greatest son, Nelson Mandela, South African Ambassador accredited near Monrovia has taken up time to applaud the constitutionals review process of Liberia, describing the consultations among Liberians as healthy.
The Anti Theft Crew of the Liberia Electricity Corporation (LEC) over the weekend arrested an individual who is said to be one of the major sources behind most stolen and bypassed meters being disconnected by the crew. The individual only identify as Patrick was arrested late Friday evening while trying to bypass a customer's meter somewhere in the Old Road Community. This customer who had two (2) meters taken down in less than two weeks one of which was bypassed and the other was a stolen meter. This has led to the anti theft crew to increase inspection exercise on its customer.
Gbarpolu County District #1 Representative and Chairman on House Committee on National Security, Representative Alfred G. Koiwood, has presented laptops and dozens of copybooks, valued at L$427,000 to several schools in his district.
Citizens of Grand Bassa County have called on the National Legislature to pass laws that will compel the government to save all incomes generated from the oil and gas sector in Liberian Banks, should the country discover commercial oil.
Lofa County Senator, George Tamba Tengbeh, has clarified recent speculations made by some citizens of the county that negotiation for the much talked about Wologisi Mountain was ongoing by some Senior members of the County's Legislative Caucus.
Lofa County Quadougboneh District # 4 commissioner, Anthony Kamara, has allegedly been linked to US$25,000 scandal involving the District Representative, Mariamu B. Fofana and several others in the county.
The Senate Pro-Tempore of the Liberian Senate and Grand Bassa County Senator, Gbahzongar M. Findley, has described comments made by Senator Nyonblee K. Lawrence as “irresponsible” and that it can only be changed by an irresponsible person.
The President of the Firestone Agricultural Workers Union of Liberia (FAWUL), Mr. Austine Sumo Natee, has expressed disappointment in expressed what he calls disappointments in members of the 53rd National Legislature for failing to pass the Decent Work Bill before taking their ongoing constituency break.
Montserrado county District # 2 Lawmaker, Sekou Kanneh has denied allegations against him by some citizens from his district that during the 2011 Presidential and General Elections that when elected as Representative of the district, he would reconstruct the Wen Town Community road located in Johnsonville, Montserrado County.
House Speaker Alex Tyler said the National Legislature will do more to improve livelihood of the Liberian people during its third sitting which resumes January of 2014, throwing more light on the stranded decent work bill.