In March, I was pleasantly surprised to see my name in the U.S. State Departmentâ€™s 2019 Country Report on Human Rights Practices for Liberia. The reason? Last year, I was illegally arrested and abused by the police.
Lawyers representing the government have asked the Civil Law Court to dismiss a petition for a declaratory judgment on the Liberian citizenship of the controversial lawyer, Nbubusi Nwabudike.
A partnership of civil society organizations in Liberia is calling for guidelines to guarantee the respect for human rights during the national state of emergency.
President George WeahÂ lays out his plans for the state of emergency to the legislature, with provisions for food distribution, subsidies of utility bills, and other relief measures.
Undeniably, President George Weah is the most powerful man in Liberia and perhaps one of the most powerful presidents in the world, already wielding enormous power within his political domain.
President George WeahÂ has submitted his plans for the state of emergency to the legislature, with provisions for food distribution, subsidies of utility bills, and other relief measures.
As Liberia begins a national state of emergency, the National Public Health Institute of Liberia has announced that there are 50 cumulative confirmed cases of the Coronavirus, with 5 total recoveries and 5 deaths.
The legislature failed to convened a joint session on Thursday as suggested by Pres. George Weah when he delivered his address to the country on Wednesday announcing a state of emergency to contain the Coronavirus pandemic in Liberia.