Liberia’s former president Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has admitted what has been obvious to the public – that a feud ensued between her and former vice president Joseph Boakai during the 2017 presidential elections.
A new Global Witness corruption report has unearthed that the acquisition of Liberia’s 13th oil block by U.S. oil giant, Exxon was a tainted deal that benefitted former government officials.
Leaked documents and interviews with anonymous employees of a construction company have revealed that US$75,000 allocated for the renovation of the engineering building at the William V. S. Tubman University has vanished without any work on the structure.
The World Bank and the Government of Liberia have signed a US$36.7 million grant to support ongoing efforts to improve integrated management of targeted forest landscapes.
If anybody deserves quality education, better health care, electricity, safe drinking water, improved housing, and other basic social services, then it is the PEOPLE. Since all power is inherent in them according to Article one (1) of our Constitution, then it means that the welfare of the people must be an indispensable national priority.
The Liberian government is concerned about mining giant ArcelorMittal’s plan to layoff 450 Liberian jobs.
The continuous downpour of torrential rains in Lofa County is worsening the Gbarnga to Mendikorma Road that has already been in terrible shape for several years.
Finance and Development Planning Minister Amara Konneh and the Head of the Incident Management System Tolbert Nyenswah are expected to face the House of Representatives Statuary Committee on Health and Social Welfare soon.