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January, 2018

  • 21 January

    Liberia to spend US$900k on Presidential Inauguration

    Monrovia – The cost of festivities for the inaugural ceremony of President-elect George Weah and Vice President-elect Jewel Howard Taylor is US$900,000 with entertainment alone accounting for US$278,250.00. Entertainment, according to the budget ranges from the Inaugural Ball, luncheon, cultural performances, musical, VIP and VVIP luncheon at the Samuel Kanyon Doe Sports …

  • 12 January

    Sonnie James recovers from going blind; receives L$236,000.00 (US$2,000.00) – The Outcome of Persistency Through Genuine Advocacy

    Press Statement for Immediate Release January 10, 2017 Sonnie James recovers from going blind; receives L$236,000.00 (US$2,000.00) – The Outcome of Persistency Through Genuine Advocacy Sonnie James will never forget about January 4, 2017. On this tragic day, she bled profusely with blood running down her right eye as a …

September, 2017

  • 19 September

    EU deploys Election Observation Mission to Liberia

    Federica Mogherini, High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy and Vice-President of the European Commission, has appointed Ms. Maria Arena, Member of the European Parliament, as Chief Observer BRUSSELS, Belgium, September 19, 2017/APO/ — In response to an invitation by the Liberian authorities, the European Union has deployed an …

July, 2017

May, 2017

  • 15 May

    Telescoping The Big Six From The Top of Ducor

    By Martin K. N. Kollie Youth Activist, martinkerkula1989@yahoo.com May 8, 2017 In a period of 12 months (FY2016-2017), Liberia is spending over US$10.2 million on just six (6) public offices, namely: President, Vice President, Speaker, Senate Pro Tempore, Deputy Speaker and Chief Justice. The budget of these six offices far …

April, 2017

  • 24 April

    Stop Preaching the Politics of Hate: Liberia Needs Reconciliation!

    By Abraham M. Keita | April 24, 2017 Reconciliation is a paramount and germane tool for development. When people are reconciled, change comes in. Not just any change, but unanimous change. This is, especially, true for a country once ripped apart by years of chaos. We are told of untold …

  • 21 April

    October 10: The Day That Marks the Beginning of the End of Our Problems

    By Abraham M. Keita | April 21, 2017 The hour is becoming late. The clock of history is ticking out. The electoral syndrome is seen everywhere, in the bodies of previous voters and first time voters. It is seen in the slums and ghettoes of our cities, towns and villages. …

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