Two diplomatic mission sources in Liberia have confirmed the authenticity of communication written to President George Weah on the abuse and usage of donor accounts at the Central Bank which were not agreed upon. It comes as the government also acknowledged on Thursday that the letter is real.
Six Liberian youth recently represented the country in the just-ended 2019 Vex IQ robotic championship held in the United States.
The National Identification Registry will introduce the National Identification Biometric Verification Platform at the Monrovia City Hall today.
Barely 48 hours into his resignation as deputy minister of foreign affairs, President George Weah has directed Elias Shoniyin to report to the Liberia Anti-Corruption Commission to comply with the laws of the state.
The British Embassy in Monrovia has issued a statement clarifying that it has not issued any recent travel alert to its citizens warning of terror attacks.
The Carter Center Mental Health Program completed its latest crisis intervention training for 19 officers, which now means the program has trained 93 total law enforcement officers from the Liberia National Police, the Liberia Immigration Service, and the Bureau of Corrections and Rehabilitation.
President George Weah has accepted the resignation letter of Elias Shoniyin, the former deputy minister of foreign affairs.
On Wednesday, May 1, the Liberia Electricity Corporation broke grounds in Schiefflin, Margibi for a US$31.8 million project to electrify communities along the Monrovia to Roberts International Airport corridor.