Football legend and Liberian opposition leader George Weah declared himself a "born winner" Monday, after trouncing the son of President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf in a Senate election in the Ebola-ravaged country. . . .Read More
Independent candidate Robert Sirleaf is building up courage barely 48 hours after provisional results showed that he lost to Ambassador George M. Weah, the senatorial candidate of Congress for democratic Change (CDC). . . .Read More
We do not, by demanding your immediate resignation, seek to abrogate the Constitution of Liberia in any fashion or form, but rely on the constitution in exercising our rights as citizens protected under Article 1 "There may be times when we are powerless to prevent injustice, but there must never be a time when we fail to protest." – Elie Wiesel. . . .Read More
Liberia’s 1986 Constitution, Article 90 (c) clearly mandated the National Legislature to “prescribe a Code of Conduct for all public officials and employees.” Particularly, the Constitution emphasized the purpose for the Code of Conduct- to define “acts which constitute conflict of interest or [acts which] are against public policy.”. . . .Read More
The current rift between the main opposition Congress for Democratic Change (CDC) and presidential hopeful Benoni Urey is rapidly deepening with fresh reports from the CDC indicating that Urey is requesting that all contributions he made to the party be restituted . . . .Read More
A non-judgmental fact in politics is that what one does or says is often used against him positively or negatively. In Liberia, this affirmation is being proven as a truly demonstrated characteristic of politics. Politicians, whether new or old, are on record for indulging into act of vacillation . . . .Read More
Ex Liberian President, Professor Amos Sawyer, has charged political and public office holders in Nigeria to see their positions as a call to service by using state resources for the overall benefit of the electorate . . . .Read More
The $73 millions District Development Fund (DDF) appropriation by the House of Representatives is the most fascination and best develop strategy ever in the history of our nation. Simply put, for over 160 years of our nation's existence.. . . .Read More
The former rebel leader of the defunct Independent National Patriotic Front of Liberia (INPFL), Prince Y. Johnson, now a Senator of Nimba County has blasted critics of President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf describing them as "gossipers".. . . .Read More
Monrovia (AFP) - Ask George Weah about his ambitions to lead Liberia and he will deliver an impassioned speech about his nation's potential -- but turn the subject to football and his eyes really light up. . . .Read More
Legendary Artist, Social Justice Activist, Women's and Children's Advocate, Madam Miatta Fahnbulleh, has declared her intention to contest for Montserrado County senatorial seat in the October 14, 2014 Special Senatorial Election. . . .Read More
Though, the year 2017 for general and presidential elections in Liberia is still far; but those seeking the mandate of Liberians are not playing jokes with their quest, as the newest Liberian politician joining the bloc of presidential hopefuls, businessman Benoni Urey . . .
Information obtained by this paper through a local radio talk show in Monrovia indicates that the political leader of the Congress for Democratic Change or CDC who once declared his interest for the October 14, 2014 Special Senatorial Election . . .
Thomas Woewiyu, Former Defense Minsister Under Charles Taylor, Blames Liberians in U.S. for Crisis - Opens Up on Several Issues
Former Defense Minister and spokesman of the defunct National Patriotic Front of Liberia (NPFL) Mr. Thomas Jucontee Woewiyu has described the regime of slain Liberian President, Master Sergeant Samuel Kanyon Doe, as the worst . . .
Unity Party stalwart James M. Rogers has called upon President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf to support the senatorial quest of Mike G. Mueller in the ensuing Special Senatorial Election in repayment for supporting her two-term electoral bid.. . .
United States Of America witnessed a political baptism and rebirth at a downtown Philadelphia hotel Saturday as the son of former President Samuel K. Doe wants to test the turbulent political waters of Liberia . And so they showed up in their hundreds for a fundraising gala . . .
The days of the antebellum plantation style democracy has ended. Therefore, the international community cannot continue to impose a bad government upon the suffering people of Liberia, in the name of protecting peace. . . .
From Whence do we commence? Too many people are giving up. Too many people are at their wit's end. It is that bad!!! . . .
The Government of Liberia through its Private Prosecutor, Fomba Sirleaf and a suspect Magistrate, Nelson Chineh have brought a triplets of trumped up charges against Mr. Henry Costa . . .
Capitol Building- the official home of Liberian Legislators, was the scene of what many referred to as “total madness” before employees and visitors, when the wife of Senator Milton Finley reportedly attacked him . . .
CDC George Weah is fast becoming the new political Maradona in Liberian politics after the late G. Baccus Matthews . . .
While he has done nothing to attract attention to himself after his time at the helm of NIC (National Investment Commission), Richard Tolbert is not to be forgotten . . .
The embattled member of the opposition Congress for Democratic Change (CDC) Senator Geraldine Doe-Sheriff of Montserrado County has declared that she will contest for the position of President of Liberia come 2017.
Liberia’s newest political party, Alternative National Congress (ANC) will this weekend be officially launched simultaneously in Liberia and the United States.. . .