Two reporters of the authoritative Informer newspaper Mr. Marcus Zoleh hailing from Nimba County and Roland Perry from Grand Cape Mount County yesterday walked through the walls of the University of Liberia after successfully completing the four-year
Liberia joins countries around the world to mark the first-ever International Day to End Obstetric Fistula, 23 May, with a variety of events to raise awareness of this neglected health and human rights challenge.
The leadership of some Civil Society groups and the Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) sector have expressed disappointment with the present budgetary allotment for Water, Sanitation and Hygiene in the 2013/2014 draft National Budget.
The Press Union of Liberia yesterday (May 21) officially lifted its blackout against the Liberian Presidency, with a call on journalists to remain united and fearless in their duties—exposing evil in public places and holding the government account
Investigation into reports of Aqualife's sale of contaminated (dirty) water to the public has been reportedly compromised at the Ministry of Justice, leaving the fate and interest of the public to hang in the balance, this paper has gathered.
Barely months after a four year old boy identified as Joe Gbakie got drowned in a pit in Weala, Margibi County, another three years old girl identify only as little Princess has been found in similar situation.
The Budget Consultant at the Ministry of Finance (MoF) Mr. Moses Wreh has emphasized the need for Liberians to understand the Open Budget Initiative (OBI) recently introduced by Government, adding that it is a catalyst for transparency and financial
Driving through sideway forest bushes and towns into a distance of approximately 75 km from Monrovia, no one could anticipate or predict the untold story of a ceremony witnessed between Sime Darby Plantation Liberia (SDPL) and citizens of Bomi County
The Liberia Anti-Corruption Commission (LACC) has verified assets declared by some 63 government officials, with the Managing Director of the National Port Authority Matilda Parker leading those who lied under oath or gave falsified information.
The leadership of the Independent Mano River Transport Union of Liberia (IMRTUL) has expressed thanks and appreciation to President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf for accepting and recognizing the IMRTUL operations in the country.
The Human Resources Manager of the Chinese Construction firm, Chongqing International Construction Corporation (CICO), Ms. Jacquelene M. Sogbandi, has claimed that the company is providing better incentives for local Liberian employees contrary to rumor it is paying peanuts.
Archbishop Michael Kpala Francis who was born in Kakata, Margibi County in 1936 and later became a fearless clergy man and a renowned civil rights activist in Liberia has finally left us. As a practicing Catholic who also subscribe to the philosophy and ideology of the late Archbishop especially when it comes to the need to respect human dignity, I feel so said to see such a father, educator and a mentor leaving us. Oh yes, he was considered as one of Liberia's best civil rights activists and a fearless clergy man and there is no doubt about that. It is a mournful and tearful moment for me at this time to see a man of conscience who spoke “Truth to Power” in a BOLD TONE leaving many of us who admired him so much for his courage and stance against the ills in society.
A Liberian woman identified as Mamie Bedee Jallah, a one-time owner and operator of the All-In-All Business Center Inc., located behind the Zone #1 Police Depot on Bushrod Island recently met her inexplicable death on a passenger bus in Rabat, Morocco.
Moses Z. Blah, Liberia's 22nd President is dead and gone, but circumstances preceding and following his shocking April Fool Day death has remained a major public debate, with some family members and elements of the public accusing the Liberian Government of doing little or nothing to safe the fallen statesman from facing an early grave.
The Minister of Education Madam Etmonia David Tarpeh was among scores of government officials and students from various Secondary Schools in Monrovia that took part in the official observance of Decoration Day last Wednesday.
It is an honor to join the many good people who have come from time to time to honor one of our greatest political leader, father, brother and good friend, Hon. Gayah Fahnbulleh for his unwavering and astute leadership and untiring service to humanity; and would like for this to serve as my Easter gift to him for all that he contributes to mankind and his beloved Country- Liberia
Nimba Students at the University of Liberia have raised concern over what they called 'deliberate failure' on the part of the world's steel Giant (Arcelormittal) to fulfill its concession agreement signed with the government of Liberia .
The President of the National Health Workers Association of Liberia (NaWAL) Mr. Joseph S. Tamba has called on the Government of Liberia to release detailed reports on investigations surrounding circumstances leading to the murder of one of the long term workers of the John F.Kennedy (JFK) Hospital the late Balla Scott.