• ‘17 Billion Later'

    During a recent visit to Jakarta, Indonesia, Liberia’s Vice President Boakai  told the Golden Veroleum company to offer more opportunities to qualified Liberians instead of continually hiring expatriates, citing the many qualified Liberians who are ready and willing to serve in key positions.

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  • 'LACC Or MoJ'

    There appears to be a lull in the implementation of Liberian Pres. Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf’s directives regarding possible action emanating from the recent findings of the Liberian Anti-Corruption Commission alleging “grand corruption scheme at the National Port Authority.

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  • 'Breaking Promise'

    “They say they do not have the money to do the project and are weighing their options, pondering whether to stay in Liberia or leave. A lot of people in Nimba will not be happy about this.” – A source privy to discussions between ArcellorMittal, Ministry of Public Works and road contractors last Saturday

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Commentaries

  • “Train Up A Child…”

    “Train up a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not depart from it.” (Proverbs 22:6 (NJJV).

  • Ebola As A Wake-Up Call
    “The Netherlands has to do more than just provide emergency aid in order to put an end to the Ebola crisis in Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea."
  • Backwards Metamorphosis

    Backwards Metamorphosis of Corruption in Liberia: From Grotesque Public Enemy to Wicked Vampire

Obituary

  • Remembering Gyude Bryant

    Gyude, April 16, 2014, is a day we will never forget! What moves through us now is a silence, a quiet sadness, a longing for one more day, one more word, one more touch.

  • George N. Seke - 1932 - 2015

    This is to announce the home going of Mr. George N. Seke Sr., this sad event occurred on January 8, 2015 at 4:30 PM at his Gaye Town Residence, Sinkor Old Road.

  • Magdelene Witherspoon Dies

    The Witherspoon, Duncan and Stauard families regret to announce the death in her 75th year, of Mrs. Magdelene Duncan Witherspoon, commonly called Teta and Aunty Maggie.