The Government of President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf will no doubt be best remembered for its promotion of free speech and arguably press freedom.
The China-Africa Development Fund through its parent company, the China Development Bank has made a cash donation of One Hundred Fifty Thousand United States Dollars ($150,000.00) to the Government of Liberia, to assist the West African Nation in the fight against the deadly Ebola Virus.
Liberia’s Bility tells FIFA
After being rejected to contest the presidency of the world football governing body FIFA, Liberia’s Football Association President Mr. Musa Bility wants integrity checks conducted against all candidates in the race.
IFC, a member of the World Bank Group, today announced a package of at least $450 million in commercial financing that will enable trade, investment, and employment in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone.
-Who becomes the next Senate Pro-tempore?
On paper, there are three Senators of different professional backgrounds competing to head the Senate Pro-tempore seat, made vacant on December 20, 2014 by Senator Gbehzongar Finley, who lost his seat during the Special Senatorial Election.
The Liberian Government through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs has reiterated its concern over the manner in which Liberian citizens are being stigmatized due to the Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) outbreak in the country.
The skeleton of a 29-year-old man, identified as Nya Quee, has been discovered in Bain-Gowee Town, electoral district#1, Nimba County. The late Nya Quee, who reportedly went missing September, 2014 was a motorcyclist.
An official of the ruling Unity Party in Bong County has extolled the New Dawn Newspaper for its recent publications, highlighting the nine year-dismal performance of the county’s Senior Senator Jewel Howard-Taylor.
President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has asked politicians here to refrain from politicking with her administration’s determination to deliver social services to the people, reminding that the next election is two years away in 2017.
Foreign Minister Augustine Kpehe Ngafuan has frown at foreign governments for denying citizens of Ebola-affected countries entry into their countries. Minister Ngafuan said many Liberia in the Diasporas were facing serious difficulties from the immigration and security of foreign countries as a result of the Ebola virus.