The Central Bank of Liberia has clarified a report published by FrontPage Africa and discussed on radio talk shows in Monrovia that it authorized and brought into the country newly printed U.S. banknotes.
A special investigative panel set up by the Liberian Advisory Board of More Than Me has released its report, confirming allegations of wanton sexual abuse of underage girls at the organization’s academy in Monrovia.
Less than four days to the pending June 7 protest, the U.S. Embassy in Monrovia has alerted its citizens and U.S. government employees to be on alert.
Three months after the passing of Montserrado’s Senator Geraldine Doe-Sheriff, the Senate has lost another member, Senator Edward Dagoseh of Grand Cape Mount.
Cornell University’s Institute for African Development will host and cover the costs for this year’s annual conference of the Liberian Studies Association.
President George Weah has issued a directive to restrict foreign travel for appointed officials in the executive branch.
A week after former President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf accused the government of illegally indicting her son Charles Sirleaf, President George Weah has sharply reacted, dismissing the claim.
President George Weah is expected to announce a new Board of Governors for the Central Bank of Liberia next week, amid several reports noting that the bank lacks proper systems and controls.