On Tuesday, September 11, when the national team was set to play Nigeria in a match that would honor President George Weah, a leaked internal document from the National Oil Company of Liberia showed that employees were told to leave at 3:00 p.m. to attend the game.
House of Representatives endorses a special presidential committee’s findings on a Global Witness report linking several former and current government officials of bribery into the sale of oil block LB13.
Justice Minister Musa Dean has recused himself from an investigation commissioned by President George Weah into recent allegations by the U.K.-based corruption watchdog, Global Witness.
President-elect Weah will have to stand tall, with firm determination and political will, to serve the Liberian people in a manner that places them at the center of development.
An NGO targeting disadvantaged youth has graduated 132 students from a four-month skills training program.
Tulay-Solanke was presented the award at a ceremony recently held on November 10 in Orvieto, Italy before the assembly of more than 60 international participants attending the Harvard Global Mental Health: Trauma and Recovery course, sponsored by Harvard Medical School.
The University of Liberia has called on benefactors who have committed to funding scholarships and financial aid at the institution to fulfill their obligations.
In 2016, after raids conducted by the Liberia National Police at street corners and in ghettos across Monrovia rounded up numerous substance abusers, President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf became concerned about the plight of these individuals.