The Liberian government has sought to address circling information in the press and social media regarding requests for tender of offshore oil blocks along Liberiaâ€™s southeastern shores, saying such information is nothing new.
Former President Sirleaf Says Son Was â€˜Illegally Chargedâ€™ for Printing New Banknotes
Former President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf says her son, Charles Sirleaf, who was indicted for illegally printing new banknotes of the local currency, was wrongfully charged by the government.
River Cess Council Sitting Prioritizes Unfinished Development Projects
Over the weekend, delegates at River Cessâ€™ fourth county council sitting voted to use this yearâ€™s allotment of the county and social development funds to complete mostly unfinished development projects across the county.
NOCAL Dismissed Employees Early to Watch Football Game
On Tuesday, September 11, when the national team was set to play Nigeria in a match that would honor President George Weah, a leaked internal document from the National Oil Company of Liberia showed that employees were told to leave at 3:00 p.m. to attend the game.
Lawmakers Endorse Special Committeeâ€™s Findings on Global Witness Report
House of Representatives endorses a special presidential committeeâ€™s findings on a Global Witness report linking several former and current government officials of bribery into the sale of oil block LB13.
Justice Minister Recuses Himself from Global Witness Investigation to Ensure Independence
Justice Minister Musa Dean has recused himself from an investigation commissioned by President George Weah into recent allegations by the U.K.-based corruption watchdog, Global Witness.
OP-ED: The New Liberia?
President-elect Weah will have to stand tall, with firm determination and political will, to serve the Liberian people in a manner that places them at the center of development.
132 Youth Complete Training to Build Computer Literacy
An NGO targeting disadvantaged youth has graduated 132 students from a four-month skills training program.