Vice President Jewel Howard-Taylor is calling on young women in Liberia to defy all the odds and build resilience in the quests for increased women’s participation in decision-making, if women must achieve gender balance in national leadership.
The corpse of Senator Geraldine Doe-Sheriff of Montserrado is expected to arrive today Friday, February 15 from Accra, Ghana onboard Kenyan Airways via the Roberts International Airport.
The Liberian Senate on Tuesday cut short its official plenary session to pay tribute to one of its members, Sen. Geraldine Doe-Sheriff of Montserrado, who died on Saturday, February 9 in Accra, Ghana.
Unity Party has offered condolences to family members of the late Senator Geraldine Doe-Sheriff of Montserrado.
Grand Bassa’s Senator Nyonblee Karnga-Lawrence has launched a groundbreaking ceremony for the Bassa Sports Academy, located in Nekreen Statutory District.
Montserrado Senator Geraldine Doe-Sheriff has challenged women to play a major role in the upcoming 2017 elections.
The mayor of the Paynesville City Corporation, Cyvette M. Gibson, recently joined several other influential African women at a three-day international forum in Accra, Ghana.
Since the government’s decision to close schools prematurely, there have been criticisms from all quarters of Liberian society. Youth groups are particularly divided over the decision.