While commemorating the national Ebola burial site on Disco Hill, Rep. Tibelrosa Tarponweh of Margibi’s first district described the country’s health sector in the aftermath of the Ebola outbreak as ‘messy.’
D. Dorr Cooper, the superintendent designate of Nimba, has finally broken his silence about recent statements made by Sen. Prince Johnson that he would withdraw his support for Cooper’s confirmation.
Pres. George Weah has appointed 25 local government officials in River Cess, appointing a new superintendent after previously appointing Ruth Sawmadal to the position.
After initially pushing for the nomination of D. Dorr Cooper as superintendent of Nimba, Sen. Prince Johnson has vowed to no longer support Cooper for the post.
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.
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.
The National Elections Commission began hearings into the complaint against Unity Party by its former standard bearer, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf.
Youth groups protest against the appointment of Ruth Sawmadal as superintendent of River Cess.