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.
A local official in River Cess has proposed that civic voter education to be included in the Ministry of Education’s national curriculum for Liberian secondary schools.
In previous articles, The Bush Chicken has explored recommendations for improving future elections made by elections observer missions, including the Elections Coordinating Committee, which had the highest number of local observers.
Former President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has denied media reports that she declared herself incapable to speak on the issue of the alleged missing banknotes because of old age.
Reporters Without Borders says that the first six months of President George Weah’s presidency have been marked by a series of verbal attacks on journalists in country.
Members of the Press Union of Liberia joined journalists across the world to celebrate World Press Freedom Day on Wednesday, May 3.
President George Weah has met with some media executives and officials of the Press Union of Liberia, amid growing concerns over press freedom in the country.
The Press Union of Liberia says the continuing silence of President George Weah on his recent outburst against BBC Liberia correspondent Jonathan Paye-layleh, accusing him of undercutting his fight for human rights, has forced the journalist to leave the country.