The secretary general of the Coalition for Democratic Change, Janga Augustus Kowo, has outlined what he says is progress made by the CDC-led government over the past eleven-plus months in office.
James Dorbor Jallah, who recently served as the executive director of the Public Procurement and Concessions Commission before being removed from the position, says his “options are open at the moment.”
Thursday, December 13, 2018, was a blow to the Liberian and African Women’s Movement. A powerful voice succumbed to the inevitable call of death. If such a call came with a warning, we would’ve vehemently protested as the fight for women’s empowerment is far from over. Such is the inevitability of the end of life. As it is said, one by one, we must all leave this earthly abode.
The #WeAreUnprotected movement against sexual and gender-based violence ended a one-day session to reflect on the impact of gender advocacy campaigns in 2018.
The young Liberian public policy scholar, Emmanuel Dolo, passed away last week in Atlanta, Georgia, the U.S.A. at age 56. He succumbed to cancer in the middle of an engaging life of research and study and leaves a void in the ongoing quest to better understand Liberia.
Over the weekend, delegates at River Cess’ fourth county council sitting voted to use this year’s allotment of the county and social development funds to complete mostly unfinished development projects across the county.
Liberia’s former president Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has admitted what has been obvious to the public – that a feud ensued between her and former vice president Joseph Boakai during the 2017 presidential elections.
The National Youth Movement for Transparent Elections has released a report evaluating the first 270 days of President George Weah’s government, based on promises made to Liberians during and after the 2017 elections.