International observer missions in Liberia, including the Carter Center, the European Union, the African Union, and ECOWAS, have described Tuesday’s poll as calm and orderly.
In an effort to rehabilitate Liberia’s education system, the Kakata Rural Teacher Training Institute in Margibi has graduated the first batch of post-war B-Certificate teachers.
Following a nationwide nomination and sorting by a panel of selected judges, five finalists have been qualified to compete for this year’s Integrity Idol Awards. The program recognizes and celebrates the most honest public and civil servants in Liberia.
Amid ongoing legal proceedings over the outcome of the October 10 presidential and representative elections, the United States Embassy in Monrovia has warned political actors against efforts to hinder the decisions of voters.
Byron Tarr’s older brother Phillip Tarr and I graduated Bassa High School together in 1960. Somehow, our paths diverged and the younger Byron entered my orbit in the late 60s.
Citizens turned out to vote on Tuesday in a historic election in Liberia to see the first post-war transition of power from one elected government to another.
The chairman of the governing Unity Party, Wilmot Paye, has expressed concern over President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf’s ‘secret’ meeting with magistrates of the National Elections Commission.
The National Elections Commission has completed a regional trainer of trainers workshop in Kakata to train people with disabilities on how to properly and independently vote using the tactile ballot guide.