As Liberia celebrated its 170th anniversary in Monrovia, Nimba Superintendent David Dorr Cooper said his county administration did not receive any funding from the central government to host local celebrations.
The national orator of the 2017 Independence Day celebrations, Herman Browne, has frowned on the media in Liberia for being too susceptible to propaganda.
As usual, the matches for the independence celebration across the globe involves two of Liberia’s traditional clubs, Mighty Barrolle and Invincible Eleven, while others set up a team comprising of Liberians to play against different nationalities.
With Just two games to end the 2016-17 Liberia First Division League season, the league table has been hit with major changes as 12 points have been deducted from league leaders FC Fassell and one point from FA Cup defending champions, Monrovia Club Breweries.
After the home-based team was thrown out of the first-round qualifiers of the 2018 Africa Nations Championship, Liberian football fans will watch another competition at the continental stage where their beloved country will not be participating.
Several young people living with disability in Monrovia have expressed preparedness to vote in the October elections, after participating in a four-day civic education training.
As Liberia prepares to celebrate its 170th year of independence, citizens of Doe Administrative District in Nimba are expressing their frustration with the bad road conditions in that part of the county.
Last Tuesday morning, around 11:45 a.m., there was a horrific accident scene along the Madam Suakoko Highway, where a yellow Nissan taxi collided with a truck, killing a seven-month-old baby.