With the deadline looming for President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf to submit the draft national budget, the Liberian disabled community has reminded the president of her commitment to make allocations for them in the pending fiscal year.
Liberian Muslims have vowed to boycott any referendum seeking to amend the Country 1986 constitution if it includes a measure to make Liberia a Christian state.
Residents of Nimba’s District One have petitioned Amos N. G. Suah to contest the representative seat for the 2017 election.
The Ministry of Public Works has committed to paving the Barnesville-Kebbah Road in Paynesville.
Liberia’s Defense Minister Brownie Samukai has assured Liberians of total peace after the drawdown of the United Nations Mission in Liberia.
Members of the House of Representatives on Tuesday, April 29, endorsed a comprehensive audit of the Central Bank of Liberia.
Barely three weeks after the National Constitutional Review Conference in Gbarnga, where delegates approved the suggested changed to declare Liberia a Christian nation, Muslims in Liberia are condemning the act and are expected to hold a national conference.
The Constitution Review Committee has ended a four-day National Constitution Review Conference in Gbarnga. The four days exercise brought together delegates from the fifteen subdivisions and the Diaspora to vote on 25 issues to be forwarded for amendments to the 1986 constitution including reducing term durations for political offices and making Liberia a Christian state.