NEC admits to slow VR process

The National Elections Commission or NEC has admitted to slow start of the ongoing voter’s registration across the country, but said it is because of the impression Liberians made about staffs at the commission. NEC Communication Director Joseph...

PYJ rejects salaries’ cut

The news hits Senator Prince Y. Johnson, a former rebel general, like a bombshell: President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf had written lawmakers here, seeking their acquiescence to cut salaries and benefits of senior government officials in all three...

Who wants CDC, VP Boakai out?

Report reaching this paper indicates that some influential players within the international community are recommending for the exclusion of the Coalition for Democratic Change or CDC headed by Senator George MannehWeah and the Standard Bearer of...

Grass-rooters take over UP

Despite the current wave of exodus of big names from the ruling Unity Party, the UP boasts here that grass-rooters are now taking over the party, maintaining that the exodus is even making it stronger. In barely three months, the ruling party has...

Lonestar Cell MTN empowers market women

Liberia’s giant mobile telecommunication network Lonestar Cell MTN has embarked on a campaign of empowering market women in Montserrado County and its environs with its mobile money transaction. The Company says the campaign is intended to help...

LRA boss co-chairs ATI

Liberia Revenue Authority (LRA) Commissioner General Elfrieda Stewart Tamba has been selected as one of the co-chairpersons of the Addis Tax Initiative (ATI) Steering Committee. Commissioner Tamba is also a member of the Governing Council of the...


NEC keeping voter cards?


The National Elections Commission or NEC is facing barrage of allegations from across the country ranging from alleged denial of eligible voters, unqualified staffs to withholding voter cards for special...

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LEC loses US$18m


Liberia Electricity Corporation or LEC Managing Director Mr. Foley Sackor Says the corporation losses US$18 million per annum to power theft.Mr. Sackor told the Senate Committee on Lands, Mines and...

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GW indictees suffer multiple blows


Indicted former National Investment Commission or NIC boss Dr. Richard Tolbert has lost two motions seeking separate trial and the dismissal of the economic sabotage indictment against Liberian officials alleging that...

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Montserrado wins first championship afte…


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.


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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Liberia, Morocco Clash Today


Liberia’s National Football team- the Lone Star, will today lock horns with their Morocco counterparts in the City of Casablanca. According to the Liberia Football Association, the Lone Star will meet with a...

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Court denies video recording in GW trial


Criminal Court “C” has denied prosecution’s request to allow video recording and live broadcast of the economic sabotage trial of several Liberian and U.K. - based Sable Mining officials because...

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MOFA explains L$20m fraud


Officials of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs have confirmed findings of the General Auditing Commission or GAC that the Ministry’s project Manager Mr. Augustine Nyenplu allegedly manipulated several documentations including...

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Another audit at Finance


Another audit has been commissioned at the Minister of Finance and Development Planning, this time focussing on the State Own Enterprise (SOE) Unit at the ministry. The audit which has been...

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