A pictorial review of last week’s activities.
Last week, Monrovia saw a series of interest events and happenings. The events focused on politics and the economic, thus attracting media coverage. This article gives a pictorial review of the week’s activities.
Activists gathered under the banner of the Campaigners and Victims for Justice staged a peaceful protest calling for the establishment of a war crimes court in the country.
On January 22, Liberia experienced its first handover of power from one elected leader to another in 73 years. Pres. George Weah’s inauguration followed a historic election that saw a loser in a presidential race accept the results and concede defeat to the winner for the first time in many years.
A visual look at some of the products pitched at the Made in Liberia contest.
When Liberian politician Jeremiah Koung was campaigning for a seat in parliament in 2011 elections, he promised better health care for his constituents through a private hospital run by a foundation named after his mother and daughter.
Former President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf’s co-leadership of the National Democratic Institute and International Republican Institute observer team for the July 30 Zimbabwean elections builds on significant but overlooked historical connections between the two nations.
Prior to his execution in September 1990, former President Samuel K. Doe had completed construction of several properties in Grand Gedeh.