Liberia is facing increased pressure to bring to book individuals who have been accused of committing serious human rights abuses and economic crimes during the country’s civil war between 1989 – 2003 in which an estimated 250,000 people were killed and another 1 million others internally and externally […]
Your Excellency, George Manneh Weah, President of the Republic of Liberia Madam Clar M. Weah, First Lady, Republic of Liberia Madam Vice President Mrs. Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf, former President, Republic of Liberia Mr. Speaker, Mr. President Pro Tempore and Members of the National Legislature Mr. Chief Justice and Members […]
A new Ebola virus has been found in bats in Sierra Leone, two years after the end of an outbreak that killed over 11 000 across West Africa, the government said on Thursday. It is not yet known whether the new Bombali species of the virus – which […]
As tension mounts in the Liberian capital Monrovia over the planned peaceful protests spearheaded by some student activists at the state runned University of Liberia for Thursday, July 26th, the country’s Justice Ministry says it is encouraging “…all persons or groups of people desiring to stage a peaceful […]
Student March Led By SUP in Monrovia Student groups in the small West African nation of Liberia say they condemn the latest crackdown on students by the Mayor of the City of Monrovia. In a press statement issued late on Tuesday in the capital Monrovia and copied to […]
Liberia: An Analysis of $25M USD Emergency Cash Infusion Into The Economy; What’s In it For Liberians?
The recent pronouncement by President George Weah that his administration will embark on several emergency measures to stabilize the free fall of the Liberian economy needs some intrusive review so that the lay person can grasp some understanding of how this approach will directly impact them. The pending […]
Monrovia, 14 Jul 2018: The conspicuous absence of the Liberian government representatives at a major policy dialogue here this week called to seek solution to the deepening economic “crisis” in the West African country may have been a faux pas of omission. A former former foreign minister of the […]