Following a weeklong water outage in several communities, the Liberia Water and Sewer Corporation restored its service on Thursday, February 14.
Roots FM CEO and talk show host Henry Costa announced that the station is now back on air, less than 24 hours after the management launched a GoFundMe campaign to raise US$15,000 for the purchase of new broadcast equipment.
Liberia’s deputy information minister for public affairs says that the media review process may take up to a year to be completed.
In the wake of reports on social media on Thursday, July 19 about the confiscation of 37 bags of counterfeit Liberian dollars in Paynesville’s Duport Road community, the Liberia National Police has dispelled such rumors.
The government of Liberia has announced an immediate suspension of all new operating licenses and authorization it issued to media operators between January 1 and June 18, this year.
The government of Liberia announced the reopening of Sajj House, a Lebanese owned restaurant on 18th street, Sinkor.
As construction is said to have begun on the proposed military hospital, Information Minister Eugene Nagbe has provided more details on the project, although his account differs from those previously provided by other senior government officials.
Nearly six weeks after Justice Minister Musa Dean recused himself, President George Weah has constituted a committee to investigate the Global Witness oil corruption report.