A day after the announcement of the official date for the presidential runoff election, the European Union Election Observation Mission to Liberia has redeployed its 20 long term observers across the country.
In its third year of honoring honest civil and public servants in Liberia, the 2017 Integrity Idol award has been given to Rebecca Scotland, an instructor of physician assistants at the Tubman National Institute of Medical Arts.
Last month, when 21-year-old Shari Raji graduated from the National University of Malaysia and returned home, she was not only the youngest graduate of her university, but she also became the youngest female engineer in Liberia.
Amid its dream of meeting the development capacity needed for Liberia, the African Methodist Episcopal University has unveiled several new academic expansion programs.
Following a nationwide nomination and sorting by a panel of selected judges, five finalists have been qualified to compete for this year’s Integrity Idol Awards. The program recognizes and celebrates the most honest public and civil servants in Liberia.
The Press Union of Liberia has issued a warning against ethical transgressions by media institutions and practitioners during the ongoing elections season.
As the first round of the election saw large groups of elections observers swarm the country, high-end businesses like Boulevard Palace saw an increase in customer flow.
Farmers in Margibi and Montserrado are expected to soon have better access to storage and preservation facilities for their produce, thanks to a USAID-sponsored US$235,000 grant to two agribusinesses.