Dan T. Saryee, the deputy managing director for technical services at the Liberia Water and Sewer Corporation, resigned his post on Nov. 18 amid growing internal rifts, and protests by employees of the agency.
Central Bank to Pursue Those Refusing to Pay Microfinance Loans
The Central Bank of Liberia has warned individuals and institutions refusing to pay back money loaned to them through the 2012 Loan Extension Assistance Facility program that the bank would start pursuing them.
Mills Jones, Macdella Cooper Support CDC in Runoff
With just a week to the presidential runoff election, both the former Central Bank Governor Mills Jones and the lone female presidential candidate Macdella Cooper have endorsed the candidacy of George Weah.
Local Pollster Completes Fourth Votersâ€™ Perception Survey
The local pollster, Liberia Holding Consortium has released its fourth report on the perception of voters for the pending October 10 elections.
Boakai, Weah Will Not Attend Final Presidential Debate
Joseph Nyumah Boakai, vice president and standard bearer of the ruling Unity Party, and Sen. George Weah of Montserrado, the standard bearer of the Coalition for Democratic Change, have both confirmed they will not attend the final presidential debate on September 26, 2017.
Ahead of October Elections, Media Group Says More Voters Are Still Undecided
With little over a month to the October presidential and legislative elections, a local media group says the number of undecided voters in the country has sharply increased.
MOVEE Reacts to Exit of Margibi Leaders
In response to the resignation of leaders of its Margibi chapter, the Movement for Economic Empowerment has accused the former county chairman, James Tarnue, of forging the signature of some leaders who allegedly signed the resignation letter.
Four Presidential Candidates Meet to Defend Political Platforms
Four major presidential candidates have met at a national forum to defend their individual platforms to lead the country.