AccessBank launches MoneyGram services

As part of its goal to become a “house bank” in Liberia, AccessBank Liberia Limited has announced a partnership with MoneyGram International, to provide a platform for thousands of Liberians to have easy access to MoneyGram remittance services...

Lawmakers are lazy

Senator Oscar Cooper of Margibi County has described his colleagues in the Liberian Senate as “lazy group of people” who are earning huge salaries and allowances without performing. Speaking with reporters on Tuesday, March 21 in his office at the...

US H/Rights report damn police again

The United States 2016 Human Rights Report has linked the Liberia National Police to serious abuses, including police harassment and intimidation of detainees. The report also accused the police of arbitrary arrest and detention, press harassment,...

Brumskine a big liar

Vice President Joseph Nyumah Boakai has sharply reacted to recent criticism coming from Cllr. Charles Walker Brumskine of the opposition Liberty Party, describing the LP standard bearer as a “big liar.” In a live broadcast last week, Cllr....

Fresh Frozen Food joins rotten chicken sale

Fresh Frozen Food (F.F.F.) business center, which operates in Paynesville Red Light outside Monrovia, has been linked to the sale of expired frozen products to the public. The decayed chicken layers, this paper gathered, were imported here in 2016, but has...

Govt. signs US $ 30M grant for power

Liberia’s energy sector has received a major boost with the approval of (US$42.48 million), constituting a combined loan and grant financing agreement intended to facilitate the smooth implementation of the Liberian Energy Efficiency Project...

POLITICS

Saah Joseph charged with murder

23-03-2017

The Monrovia City Court at the Temple of Justice or TOJ in Monrovia has formally charged defendant Saah Joseph, a coconut seller, who allegedly sliced the throat of a private...

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UPP sold to Wento?

23-03-2017

Two executives of the opposition United People’s Party or UPP have been accused of allegedly selling the UPP to Mr. McDonald Wento now Standard Bearer of the party. Mr. George Brown...

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NEC certificates Nyumalin

23-03-2017

The National Elections Commission or NEC on Wednesday March 22, 2017 certificated Mr. Francis Sakila Nyumalin of the Union of Liberian Democrat (ULD) as winner of the February 28, 2017...

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Sports

Golf Association holds one - day Oniyama…

24-02-2017

The Liberia Golf Association or LGA has announced that it will hold a day - long Oniyama Open at the sea view National Golf Course on Sunday, 26 February in...

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Montserrado wins first championship afte…

16-01-2017

Following a complete lion fight between Montserrado and Maryland Counties on Sunday, 15 December, Montsorrado won its first championship against Maryland in Liberia’s National County Sports Meet.

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Liberian signs 2-year deal in U.S.

20-09-2016

A Liberian footballer based in the United States Emmanuel N. Elkins has signed a two-year deal with Maryland Blues – an American 2nd division club. Maryland blues (previously of LFK Maryland)...

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Business

AccessBank launches MoneyGram services

22-03-2017

As part of its goal to become a “house bank” in Liberia, AccessBank Liberia Limited has announced a partnership with MoneyGram International, to provide a platform for thousands of Liberians...

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Govt. signs US $ 30M grant for power

20-03-2017

Liberia’s energy sector has received a major boost with the approval of (US$42.48 million), constituting a combined loan and grant financing agreement intended to facilitate the smooth implementation of the...

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US$1.1m for VR extension

06-03-2017

The National Elections Commission or NEC says it would need a whopping sum of over US$1.1 million approximately US$1.146, 540 to extend the ongoing voters’ registration process which expires tomorrow...

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