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Sunday, April 14th, 2024


Pres. Boakai Impersonator Drags To Court

A 33-year-old man identified as— Jordan David; purporting to be President Joseph Boakai has been arrested, charged and forwarded to court for prosecution. An indictment was unsealed against the 33-year-old after several individuals alleged that he collected money from them under the disguise of appointing them into several governmental positions. The victims alleged that they presented money to suspect Jordan David who in return presented appointment letters to them bearing the signature of President Joseph Boakai. It is alleged that defendant Jordan David forged the signature of President Boakai toRead More

Liberia: Police Gives Motorcycle Operators Ultimatum As No-Go Zone Policy Goes Into Effect

The Liberia National Police has given an ultimatum to operators of motorcycles and tricycles to abide by the No-go zone policy instituted several years ago to regulate safety and traffic. Addressing a news conference over the weekend, Police Inspector General Col. Gregory Coleman said, as of May 15, 2024 no motorcycle rider will be allowed to ply the major streets of Monrovia and its environs. The Police Chief asserted that the measure is intended to minimize the high rate of accidents, crimes and deaths resulting from commercial motorcycle accidents. OverRead More

Liberia: Notorious Scammer Acquitted But…

A notorious and popularly scammer identified as George B. Wade alias Nicholas Jack Davis has been acquitted by Criminal Court “D” of  the crime of Armed Robbery. Davis, who is said to have multiple indictments hanging over his head, was acquitted after the prosecution failed to provide evidence linking the accused to armed robbery. Delivering the verdict, Judge Mamietta Jabateh-Sireleaf said prosecution did not establish its allegations to convict the accused. According to Judge Jabateh-Sireleaf, prosecution also failed to sustain the principle of burden of proof by not providing aRead More


Representatives of the Government of Liberia Civil society Development partners Ladies and gentlemen All protocols observed Good morning, I am honored to be here today to launch this national-level campaign aimed at improving access to and availability of donated medicines for the people of Liberia. This campaign marks a pivotal moment in our collective efforts to address a critical issue that affects the health and well-being of every Liberian. Last year, USAID and the Global Fund donated 14 million US dollars in life-saving medicines and other health commodities to theRead More

Liberia: Public Hearings On Nat’l Budget Starts Wednesday

The 55th Legislature Joint Committee on Ways, Means and Finance will on Wednesday commence public hearing on the 2024 draft National Budget, 17 April in the joint Chambers of the Capitol Building. The hearings will be presided over by the joint committee chair Rep. Dixon W. Seboe and co-chair by Sen. Prince Moye. According to House Press and Public Affairs Director Robert Haynes the public hearing will begin at 9:00Am with various ministries, corporations and agencies of government appearing to defend their respective budgetary allotments. Haynes in a statement saidRead More