The United States Embassy has warned of a heightened risk of violence in Liberia ahead of the country’s special senatorial election in December.
The government of the United States has warned against violence, and called on Liberians to remain peaceful and respect the democratic process, as the country goes to elections on Tuesday.
The Chief Executive Officer of the former Cocopa Rubber Company now called Nimba Rubber Incorporated Mr. Harrison S. Karnwea has told its former employees of the company to â€œgo to court,â€ if they feel that the company â€œowes themâ€ benefits.
NAYMOTE, a civic education organization, has completed a weeklong training for women contestants and their campaign managers at the Development Education Network in Gbarnga.
A reporting claiming the arrest of Miss Liberia 2016 winner Wokie Dolo, has been found to be false.
The United States Embassy in Monrovia has clarified false reports that Liberians citizens can now travel to the US without visas.