President George Weah has met for the first time with leaders of the pending June 7 protest in Monrovia.
The U.N. office in Liberia has threatened to withhold direct support to the country if the government does not address challenges in making timely and accurate reports for funding support it receives from U.N. agencies.
The Liberia National Police have turned over to the Monrovia City Court two defendants in the multiple criminal offense case involving former and current officials of the Central Bank of Liberia.
The Press Union of Liberia has reacted to a joint statement by representatives of the United Nations, African Union, and ECOWAS accusing the Liberian media of promoting inciteful messages.
The United Nations, African Union and Economic Community of West African States or ECOWAS have issued a joint statement condemning “insightful messages” in the media that threaten the peace and stability of the country.
George Weah is best known to the world as the only African to have won the Ballon d’or. With more than two decades gone, the international wire has not grappled with the reality that the legendary soccer star is now president of the world’s poorest country. One could argue that President Weah himself has not come to terms with the reality that unlike the soccer pitch, leading Liberia requires vision and unmatched leadership to get the right wheels turning.
Yesterday, February 18 was designated as a national mourning day after at least 40 alleged illegal gold miners were trapped following an unexpected mudslide that occurred recently in Gbanipea, Nimba.
After two successive presidential elections in 2011 and 2017, Liberia has enjoyed 15 years of uninterrupted peace, which makes one wonder whether the perpetrators of the worst forms of human rights violations are now immune from prosecution.