The 2019 Blue Cup hosted by Liberia’s first division and FA Cup champions Barrack Young Controllers got underway on Thursday, February 14 with the host securing a remarkable victory over newly promoted Paynesville-based second division club Muscat Football Club.
The much-anticipated impeachment proceeding for Associate Justice Kabineh Ja’neh suffered another delay on Thursday following a request by the defendant’s lawyer for Chief Justice Francis Korkpor to recuse himself from presiding over the case.
The corpse of Senator Geraldine Doe-Sheriff of Montserrado is expected to arrive today Friday, February 15 from Accra, Ghana onboard Kenyan Airways via the Roberts International Airport.
Since President George Weah announced a tuition waiver at all public tertiary institutions across the country, there are visible signs that the University of Liberia has not adjusted well to the changes. An investigation reveals that the Capitol Hill campus now has an open defecation phenomenon due to the lack of water on campus.
In the wake of alarming drug shortage at public health facilities across the country, Margibi’s second district lawmaker, Ivar Jones, has donated essential medical drugs to four recognized public health facilities in the district.
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.