Today is Armed Forces Day and that comes with the obligatory calls from many parties for increased funding to the army’s budget. However, rather than join those calls, I would like to propose an alternate approach. I think Liberia is better off disbanding the army.
The Liberian people deserve to know the truth about the army on this Armed Forces Day, February 11. Liberians remain very vulnerable to heightened insecurity including external aggression.
Barely a few hours to the lockdown of the entire country, the Armed Forces of Liberia issued a statement appealing to the public to abide by the stay home directive issued by President George Weah.
While employees have their right to the freedom of expression on social media, their rights can still be tempered by the fact that it could affect an employers’ reputation
Former Defense Minister Brownie Samukai and his co-defendants have been found guilty of three out of the five corruption-related charges brought against them by the Liberian government.Â
Superintendent William Kamba of Lofa has requested that Inspector General Patrick Sudue of the Liberia National Police construct a police depot between Konia and Zorzor, as a means of mitigating violence and local disputes in the area.
The chief of staff of the Armed Forces of Liberia and other high ranking AFL officials are set to testify today in the economic sabotage trial against Brownie Samukai.
The House of Representatives has passed the National Remuneration and Standardization Act of 2019, which aims to standardize pay and benefits across all three branches of government.