In the wake of debates among citizens on the implementation of the Code of Conduct, President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf on Tuesday, March 14 issued Executive Order No. 83, specifying some requirements for the Office of the Ombudsman.
Several elders and chiefs of Gbediah Town are warning Hilary Mento, a two-time prior contestant for the representative seat of River Cessâ€™s first electoral district to stay out of the 2017 elections.
Jeremiah Koung, representative for Nimbaâ€™s first district, has for the first time commented on the National Code of Conduct, offering a defense for the controversial law.
Former Central Bank Governor Mills Jones formally announced his decision to contest for the Liberian presidency in 2017.
Former Central Bank Governor Mills Jones says he will make a formal declaration of his political ambition this week.
Senator Prince Yormie Johnson of Nimba County has disclosed information about the formation of a new political party. Speaking to a crew of journalist in Cocopa over the weekend, Senator Johnson said all is now set to finally register the party with the National Elections Commission.
GANTA, Nimba â€“ Senator Prince Yormie Johnson of Nimba County has responded to reports that he invited the Central Bank of Liberia Governor J. Mills Jones to Nimba to discuss a future merger for the upcoming 2017 elections.
Tappita will on December 16 see the opening of a credit union, the first modern financial institution in the city.