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Sunday, March 18th, 2018


First Lady Vows To Seek Women Empowerment

The First Lady of Liberia, Ambassador Clar M. Weah has pledged her commitment to represent Liberia the best way possible at all times. Ambassador Weah said her commitment was based on the warm reception and support Liberians at home and abroad continue to accord her. “Whatever I have to doRead More

Reckless Driving Leaves 15 Persons Wounded

The Mount Barclay community situated along the Kakata highway witnessed a tragic bus accident on Friday March 9, 2018. Eyewitnesses explained that the accident was a result of reckless driving and therefore it led to over 15 persons sustaining wounds except the driver. In an interview with one of theRead More

Liberian Immigrants Risk US Deportation

Caroline Grimes, a Liberian immigrant who fled civil war in 2002 for the United States, is currently working as a nurse in Minnesota. Her job helps support her two daughters and pays for her car and house mortgages. On March 31, Grimes may lose her job, her ability to drive,Read More

Ex-Finance Minister Speaks Against Lawlessness

Former Finance Minister David Farhat has asserted that Liberia is becoming a lawless country due to what he calls lack of full implementation of the constitution of the country. He spoke after some unknown men in the Johnsonville community in Montserrado County destroyed his pineapple farm for the second timeRead More

ALJA Critical Of Pres. Weah On Corrupt Officials

The Association of Liberian Journalists in the Americas (ALJA) has termed President George Manneh Weah as inconsistent in fulfilling his recent declaration of war on ending corruption in the nation’s public sector. It can be recalled on January 22, 2018, when Mr. Weah took over the mantle of Liberia asRead More