Dozens of models gathered at the Lila Brown restaurant last Saturday to participate in a casting call to select models for Monrovia Fashion Week. The event itself is expected to take place at the Samuel Kanyon Doe Sports Complex in Paynesville December 17-20.
With the start of the 2015 – 2016 school year approaching, The Bush Chicken asked a cross-section of primary, secondary and university students what they did for the school break.
The Accountability Lab, a nongovernmental organization has launched a campaign to recognize outstanding civil servants.
An investigation conducted by The Bush Chicken has established that scores of livestock in Lofa died from Peste des Petit Ruminants, or Ovine Rinderpest.
The co-founder of The Bush Chicken, Torli Krua, who was instrumental in lobbying with congressmen and policymakers in the United States to increase the quota of refugees from Africa, has been recognized for his humanitarian work.
The Liberia National Police, LNP recently charged and sent to court for prosecution the publisher of the Women Voices Newspaper, Helen Nah, and her accomplice Joshua Osadagbonyi, an information technology technician at the United Bank of Africa, on charges of theft of property, aiding consummation of crime, criminal facilitation, money laundering and forgery.
The Board of Executive Directors of the World Bank has approved a new US$60 million International Development Association credit for the Liberian government to help continue to expand affordable electricity services to businesses and households in order to spur economic growth, create jobs, and reduce poverty
The national chairman of the opposition Liberty Party Fonati Koffa has threatened a lawsuit against the government of Liberia for allegedly disrupting its national convention in Voinjama. County authorities say it is simply a case of double booking.