Citizens in Sinoe’s third district are speaking strongly against the expansion of Sapo National Park, due to the government’s reported failure to provide promised social benefits to nearby communities.
Liberians living in the U.S on Deferred Enforced Departure immigration status finally got their day in court last Wednesday to challenge the legality of President Donald Trump’s decision to end the program.
About 100 youth from Ganta are currently benefiting from a six month training program to equip them with skills to face social and economic challenges.
Before the civil war, River Cess operated its own power plant to provide electricity to residents of Cestos and its surrounding areas, but the power plant was looted during the 14 years of civil crisis.
Look at any cover of Front Page Africa this week and you will see the reality of Liberia today. This is the reality that all we Liberians are left with as the last of the last NGOs and international organizations are pulling out of Liberia before the new fiscal year begins.
With barely six months until the national elections in Liberia, youth representatives from the country’s 15 subdivisions have gathered for a national peace building conference at the Paynesville City Hall.
At the 11th hour and in her 11th annual message to the Honorable Liberian Legislature, President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf answered the million dollar question on the minds of most Liberians, Liberia’s partners as well as current and future investors.
The Pro Tem of the Liberian Senate, Armah Zulu Jallah, has called all citizens of the country to remain focused on peace and security as the United Nations Mission in Liberia draws down its security force in the country.