The senatorial by-elections meant to fill the vacancies created in the Senate as the result of George Weah’s and Jewel Howard-Taylor’s ascendency to the presidency and vice presidency, respectively, has suffered a serious setback.
U.S. based Liberian artist Romeo Mulbah affectionally known as 2C has urged Liberian musicians to keep on persevering.
Mulbah made the statement Wednesday, March 14th upon his arrival at the Roberts International Airport for a five-day visit to the country.
The United Nations World Food Programme has urged governments in West Africa to invest more money in school meal programmes.
Lester Z. Tenny, an adjunct professor of economics at the University of Liberia’s graduate school, says the country needs the international community to help it address current economic woes.
Several unconfirmed appointees in President George Weah’s government attended the first cabinet meeting held on Wednesday.
Tolbert Nyenswah, director general of the National Public Health Institute of Liberia, has challenged all African countries to establish a national public health institute within the next five years.
Alfred Cheeks, an employee at the Central Bank of Liberia who was suspended, arrested, and placed behind bars for breaching the bank’s confidentiality policy has been released.
Grand Kru’s Sen. Peter S. Coleman has dispatched a communication to Albert Chea, Senate pro tempore, complaining about the high charges levied on the importation of goods at the Freeport of Monrovia.