A day after it staged a weeklong go-slow, the group of business owners under the umbrella of the Patriotic Entrepreneurs of Liberia terminated the action.
Despite his consistent denial of media reports that he holds a U.S. citizenship, at least one more document has surfaced confirming that the chairman of the National Elections Commission, Jerome Korkoya, is a U.S. citizen.
Monrovia Traffic Court Judge Jomah Jallah has ordered the arrest of the “living body” of popular recording artist Quincy Burrowes for violating the vehicle and traffic laws.
A US$46,000 multi-purpose vocation training center will soon be constructed in Yarpah Town to provide basic vocational education programs for the youth of surrounding communities.
Despite earlier information that businesses in Monrovia and other major commercial centers in the country would have remained closed today, less than half the number of businesses appeared to obey the pronouncement.
Bong’s Sen. Jewel Howard Taylor has come under strong criticism from some citizens and members of the opposition community for advocating for an increase in the salaries of lawmakers.
Imagine a rich thick palm butter sauce made from ripened nuts, spiced with just the right amount of herbs and mixed with generous portions of goat meat, cow skin, and pig feet. Serve this alongside a mound of rice and you’ve just about made every Liberian’s day.
Two officials from the Patriotic Entrepreneurs of Liberia have been released after their reported arrest by officers of the Liberia National Police on Monday.