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Wednesday, February 7th, 2018


Liberia’s National Open Time Trial Championship Kicks off Wednesday

Monrovia – The Liberia Athletics Federation (LAF) will hold this year’s National Open Time Trial Championship on Wednesday, April 26, at the UL’s Fendell Campus, beginning at 3:00pm.   Christopher C. Walker Christopher.walker@frontpageafricaonline.com0777898224/0886723075 The competition will bring together over one hundred athletes, both Liberians and foreigners, from schools, the communities andRead More

Prominent Sons of Bong County Decry Exclusion From New Government

Gbarnga City – People in Bong County are raising serious concerns over appointments being made by President George Weah without the inclusion of natives Bong County. Report by Selma Lomax,  With over 150 appointments made so far, there is no notable person from Bong County being appointed, especially in ministerial andRead More

University of Liberia Students React to Calls For Dr. Weeks Resignation

Monrovia – Protest have overshadowed learning activities at the University of Liberia since the beginning of the 2017/2018 academic semester. These protests have generated from the administration’s decision to close the registration process. Angry students have stormed the streets of Monrovia, while others on the Fendell Campus blocked the highwayRead More

Fallah Warns Pres. Weah Against Taking Path of Ellen’s Bad Policies

Monrovia – A US-based Liberian professional, Mr. Austin S. Fallah has congratulated President George M. Weah on his ascendancy to the highest office of Liberia. In a press release issued today, Mr. Fallah said, “Please accept my warmest congratulations on your ascendancy to the Presidency of Liberia, and also my bestRead More

Disenchantment Brewing in Grand Coalition for Democratic Change Over Appointments in Government

Monrovia – It appears that agreement that brought the three political parties together and propelled the Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC) to a resounding victory in the 2017 elections is dissipating rapidly as quarrel over the allocation of jobs heightens. Report by Gerald C. Koinyeneh – Dubbed the “Grand Coalition” onRead More