As the National Elections Commission (NEC) announces provisional results following the just-ended bi-election in Montserrado and Bong Counties, Representative Saah Joseph has taken a commanding lead in the Montserrado pools. Representative Joseph who contested on the ruling Coalition for Democratic Change(CDC) ticket is poised to replace President George M. Weah who created a vacant seat at the Liberian Senate uponRead more
Monthly Archives: August 2018
The European Union (EU) and Liberia’s General Auditing Commission (GAC) recently launched a new phase of technical support to the GAC worth over a 1.4 million USD at the Office of the National Authorising Officer (NAO) in the Executive Mansion Grounds. The EU funded project launched on July 30, 2018, will continue until May 2020. The new long-term technical assistanceRead more
The Center For Transparency and Accountability In Liberia Wants VP, 54th Legislature And Justices Declare Asset.
The Center for Transparency and Accountability in Liberia (CENTAL) has called on the Vice President, members of the 54th legislature, Justices of the Supreme Court and other officials of government to declare their asset in compliance of Chapter 10 of the 2014 code of conduct. CENTAL in a release Wednesday noted that violation of the Code of Conduct does notRead more
In order to buttress the effort of the Liberia Kickball Federation Margibi Branch in preparing players to represent the County in the 2018/2019 National County Meet and other matches to come, the office of Margibi County Senator Oscar A. Cooper has pumped the amount of thirty thousand Liberian dollars L$30,000 to the Federation. Presenting the amount to the Federation recently,Read more
Some members of the Parent Teachers Association (PTA) of the John Christian International School System (JCISS) situated in Virginia, outside Monrovia, have threatened to take the school’s administration to court over allegation of ‘exorbitant’ graduation fees (US$220.00), further accusing the JCISS’ administration of extortion, deception, and criminal syndicate that they have vowed to resist if the Ministry of Education failsRead more
When Divine Key Anderson returned from Nigeria in 2008, He faced a stack reality, he had returned to a country with one of the lowest employment rates in the world and the challenges of landing a job were many than imaging. Nine Years later, he’s an entrepreneur running his own fish farm and acting school in Liberia. Divine Key AndersonRead more