Jonathan Paye-Layleh, the BBC correspondent for Liberia, has accused the National Security Agency deputy director Sam Sanyon and his Freedom FM radio station of a character assassination campaign against the journalist.
OP-ED: History Will Not Accept Excuses From Dr. Bropleh
George Weah is best known to the world as the only African to have won the Ballon dâ€™or. With more than two decades gone, the international wire has not grappled with the reality that the legendary soccer star is now president of the worldâ€™s poorest country. One could argue that President Weah himself has not come to terms with the reality that unlike the soccer pitch, leading Liberia requires vision and unmatched leadership to get the right wheels turning.
Cyber Criminal Who Attacked Lonestar is Jailed in UK
Authorities in the U.K. have jailed a cybercriminal who attacked Lonestar Cell MTN’s network in 2016, causing sporadic disruptions in the companyâ€™s service.
Pres. Sirleaf and ECOWAS Leaders Fail to Persuade Gambiaâ€™s Jammeh to Step Down
President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf and her counterparts from English speaking ECOWAS countries traveled to the Gambia on Tuesday to urge President Yahya Jammeh to step down from power following his defeat in the recent election.
A Childâ€™s Eye View of Corruption
Corruption has become the real stuff of public discourse and everyday practice in many African societies, implicating both citizens and subjects, both public and private life.