The Economic Freedom Fighters of Liberia (EFFL) was one of those major groupings that collaborated with the Council of Patriots (COP) to stage one of Liberia’s biggest protests that drew the attention of the Government of Liberia but has decided to officially withdraw its support from the COP and has also decided to pick bones with them, citing several malpracticesRead more
Monthly Archives: June 2019
The Liberia National Police has confirmed the discharge of live bullets by some officers of the LNP during a violent demonstration in Kingsville, District#1, Montserrado County, but dismissed reports that the shooting led to the death of a person. Police Spokesman, Moses Carter speaking on a local radio station yesterday denied reports that at least one person was killed byRead more
The National Power Training Center of Nigeria (NAPTIN) through the Capacity Building Program of the West African Power Poll (WAPP) has completed the training and certification of 78 employees of the Liberia Electricity Corporation (LEC). The certification ceremony, which was the climax of the capacity building program was held on Wednesday, June 19 at the Corina Hotel in Sinkor. TheRead more
Editorial: Stabilizing The Nation’s Economy: Will The Weah’s Administration Adhere To The IMF’s Recommendations?
When President George M. Weah addressed the nation on several national issues, including the deepening economic situation, he informed the Liberian people that a team from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) was by then expected in the country soon to create an IMF program tailored for Liberia. He told Liberians that such a program will help us to take theRead more
The visiting International Monetary Fund (IMF) mission to Liberia has concluded its visit with the advancement of several recommendations to the Government of Liberia(GOL) to help ease the country’s challenging economic problem. At the end of the IMF mission, led by Mika Saito, she noted that following a series of external shocks including a fall in key commodity prices, theRead more