The Ministry of National Defense has issued a statement distancing the Armed Forces of Liberia from a warning issued by the Liberia Airport Authority that it had reached an agreement with the AFL ordering soldiers to shoot at sight anyone attempting to steal navigational equipment at the Roberts International Airport.
Nearly one year after a taskforce was charged with determining the issues contributing to a low percentage of women on company boards in Liberia, that taskforce has presented its findings and recommendations.
President George Weah has appointed Col. Geraldine George as the deputy chief of staff of the Armed Forces of Liberia.
The Liberian Coast Guard has arrested a popular fishing vessel for trespassing. The arrest was made on March 13 with assistance from the activist group, Sea Shepherd.
Fabrar Liberia worked with the Paynesville City Corporation in a project sponsored by UNMIL to provide hands-on training in lowland rice production to youth in Paynesville.
After a request by the House of Representatives for Farmington Hotel to adequately address the plight of its employees, Margibi’s second district representative, Ivar Jones, has vowed to ensure that the mandate is implemented.
While the #MeToo movement has picked up in U.S. and other western countries, in Liberia, there is barely any movement against sexual harassment in the workplace.
Liberia’s education system is expected to experience another reform, as the new minister of education has announced his plans for the sector.