Barely a month after the senatorial election results were announced, winners declared and seated, the Supreme Court has entertained final argument in the writ of prohibition filed against the winner of the controversial senatorial election in Maryland County.
Major General Suraj Alao Abdurrahman, who led post-war Liberia’s Armed Forces resurgence has died. The former Commander In Charge of the AFL died Wednesday in New York, where he was undergoing treatment for an undisclosed ailment.
“The interconnection microwave link was connected to the MTN West African Network providing internet and data connections to Lonestarcell/MTN; thereby undermining the usability of the Africa Cost to Europe fiber optic cable capacity...” - Liberia Telecommunications Authority (LTA)
“Our economy was on the verge of collapse as our citizens and nation were stigmatized. I can say today that despite all of this, our nation has remained strong; our people resilient; our commitment renewed and our faith restored.” - President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf
In a report published January 2015: “Progress in small steps security against the odds in Liberia”, a group catalogued obstacles to the peace and security of Liberia, mentioning violence, crime, corruption, lack of reconciliation processes as major obstacles.
In most countries, the Ebola pandemic, which led to 3,016 Liberians dead, would prompt a time of national mourning. Leaders would cancel frivolous public appearances and political campaigning would be put on hold ...