The Liberia National Police has confirmed the arrest of the former executive governor of the Central Bank of Liberia, Milton Weeks, along with Deputy Governor Charles Sirleaf, and the director for banking at the Central Bank, Dorbor Hagba.
The Press Union of Liberia has reacted to a joint statement by representatives of the United Nations, African Union, and ECOWAS accusing the Liberian media of promoting inciteful messages.
The Executive Mansion disclosed in a release that Weah arrived in Israel for a state visit on February 25 and has been meeting with business executives, making field trips and giving speeches on the rich potential of critical sectors, including agriculture, mining, energy, tourism, and technology.
The much-anticipated report of an independent investigation into the alleged disappearance of new Liberian banknotes has been released to the public.
Citizens in Buchanan, Grand Bassa have hailed the European Union for its support to the country through the national budget.
The United Nations, African Union and Economic Community of West African States or ECOWAS have issued a joint statement condemning “insightful messages” in the media that threaten the peace and stability of the country.
Liberians in the U.S. state of Minnesota will hold a rally today, to call for a two-year extension of the Temporary Protective Status and a pathway to citizenship. Minnesota is the home to the largest community of Liberians in the U.S., hundreds who whom might be affected by the expiration of the DED, MINNPOST reported.
Former Transport Minister Tornonlah Varpilah will be inducted into office this weekend as the new president of Cuttington University Alumni Association. The ceremony will take place during the university’s 130th Founder’s Day celebration, which kicks off on Friday, February 22.