Monrovia, Liberia – February 18, 2019: The fight against public corruption in the West African country of Liberia appears to be a losing exercise in addition to lackluster support from the George M. Weah Administration. Liberian President George M. Weah – File Photo Since it’s inauguration over a […]
Monrovia, 12 Dec 2018: Stern refusal by commercial banks in the Liberian capital to fully honor withdrawal requests from customers in two consecutive days this week citing shortage of money supply at those banks is arousing arouses anxiety among Liberians during the ensuing festive holiday season. Local media […]
Silver Spring, Maryland November 9, 2018: The leader of the Alternative National Congress (ANC), a political party in Liberia, is launching a major effort to reach Liberians at home and in the diaspora about the future of the West African nation. Mr. Alexander B. Cummings whose stature and favorability […]
PETITION STATEMENT September 24, 2018 The Coalition of Citizens United to Bring Our Money Back (COCUBOMB), a mass-based umbrella pro-democracy and pro-advocacy organization consisting of over 26 civil society organizations, youth/student groups and trade unions, have peacefully rallied and assembled conscious and patriotic Liberians from every sphere of […]
It now appears it is all but certain that a peaceful protest of Liberians will take place on Monday, September 24 in the capital Monrovia. Liberia’s Justice Minister Frank Musa Dean Organizers say that they have held meetings with representatives of the Government to finalize details of the […]
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, Liberia June 20, 2018- Day after day it is becoming abundantly clear that most Liberians lack the political culture and know-how of voting on the basis of national issues presented by candidates. Perhaps long-held mindset controls how Liberian voters choose their leaders on election day and only to regret […]