Yesterday, February 18 was designated as a national mourning day after at least 40 alleged illegal gold miners were trapped following an unexpected mudslide that occurred recently in Gbanipea, Nimba.
Esther Walker has been suspended indefinitely as superintendent of Bong over a leaked audio recording that went viral on social media over the weekend.
Youth activist Satta Sheriff has been selected to join a network of peace ambassadors by One Young World and the European Commission. The initiative was developed to accelerate the efforts of young leaders in preventing and countering global violent extremism, building peace, and promoting conflict resolution.
President George Weah has appointed former information minister Laurence Bropleh as special envoy and presidential adviser.
Last year, the European Union contributed €6 million (US$6.8 million) to the national budget as the first tranche of a €27 million (US$30.63 million) commitment under an agreement signed between Liberia and the E.U.
With only three Liberian staff currently working at the African Union, the continental body has stressed the need for qualified Liberians to apply for positions at the commission and its organs.
President George Weah has assured his government’s commitment to upholding the welfare of members of the Armed Forces of Liberia.
President George Weah has ordered Gabriel Mills, a videographer working for the Executive Mansion, flown to Cote D’Ivoire for advanced medical treatment for injuries sustained in a fatal motor accident involving a vehicle in the presidential motorcade, carrying members of the Executive Mansion press team on Sunday.