Corruption costs the African continent approximately US$148 billion per year. Technology can help reduce this vice through automation.
The result of the December 26 runoff election was a rebuke of kleptocracy in favor of inclusion and transformative social change.
George Weah’s inauguration speech will set the tone for the administration moving forward, but it must also illustrate his understanding of the challenges facing Liberia and his solutions.
An examination of how Unity Party ran its campaign reveals a series of blunders that allowed the presidency to slip away from Boakai.
It was no surprise that in early 2017, rumors began to surface that current President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf and her Vice President Joseph Boakai had fallen out.
The Liberian people voted with their conscience with their love for the country over the arrogance of knowledge, and to stab the status quo in the back.
After the elections results are made final, the losing candidate has a huge responsibility to his party, to the president-elect, and, most importantly, to the people of Liberia: concession.
Like warding off infection in a patient, Rebecca Scotland wants to sanitize the process of becoming a nurse. On Friday, she was crowned the winner of Integrity Idol Liberia, the country’s third campaign to celebrate honest public officials.