Firestone Liberia has clarified media reports that the recent amendment to the company’s concession agreement gives the company exclusive right for production.
Hours ahead of President George Weah’s address to the nation, a communication has leaked to the public showing Justice Minister Musa Dean requesting that the Liberia Anti-Corruption Commission launch a “full-scale investigation” into the findings of the General Auditing Commission’s recent report on the US$25 million mop-up funds.
Less than two weeks to the planned June 7 protest in Monrovia, prominent lawyer Arthur Johnson has announced plans to petition the Supreme Court to prevent organizers from going ahead with the protest.
Former President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf says her son, Charles Sirleaf, who was indicted for illegally printing new banknotes of the local currency, was wrongfully charged by the government.
The National Elections Commission has released the provisional listing of candidates contesting in the Montserrado representative and senatorial by-elections.
The International Federation of Agricultural Journalists also known as IFAJ has named Liberian journalist and development communications practitioner Jefferson Massah to serve on its vision 2025 strategic visioning and plan committee.
In March 2019, a gay man reported being attacked and severely brutalized at a local club in Monrovia, after his attackers identified his sexual orientation.
Transparency International’s local affiliate, the Center for Transparency and Accountability in Liberia, has termed the recent report released by the General Audit Commission into the US$25 million mop-up of excess Liberian dollars from the market as a “waste of the Liberian people’s precious time and money.”