President George Manneh Weah has underscored the need for Liberians to reconcile their differences as a means of sustaining peace.
Kofi Annan will be remembered in Liberia for how his career was interwoven with the country’s tumultuous past and the eventual resolution of the war.
The Bong County Bar Association’s president, George Sagbeh, has criticized leaders of the county for their “failure” to complete major development projects.
Darius Dillon, vice chair for political activities of Liberty Party, has described the August 16 meeting between President George Weah and opposition political parties as a waste of time.
President George Weah’s choice for commissioner general of the Liberia Revenue Authority, Thomas Doe Nah, has reacted to critics claiming that his appointment was based on ethnicity and tribalism.
Sen. Francis Paye of River Cess says Liberia does not need multiple holidays commemorating the birthdays of the country’s various presidents. Instead, he has proposed an act to repeal the holidays celebrating former presidents Joseph Jenkins Roberts and William V. S. Tubman.
Rep. Samuel Kogar of Nimba’s fifth district has accused government ministries of violating the Public Financial Management Act.
Liberia’s deputy information minister for public affairs says that the media review process may take up to a year to be completed.