I Did Not Grant Press Interview

[NEWS] A member of the Press Union of Liberia and former president of the BWI Alumni Association, Jonathan Paye-Layleh, has clarified that at no time did he grant a press interview to the FrontPage Africa newspaper or any media entity about presidentia…

[NEWS] A member of the Press Union of Liberia and former president of the BWI Alumni Association, Jonathan Paye-Layleh, has clarified that at no time did he grant a press interview to the FrontPage Africa newspaper or any media entity about presidential aspirant Alexander Cummings as has been reported.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

MFDP Staff ‘Chops’ Over U.S.$47K

[NEWS] President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf might be feeling disappointed with the level of uncontrollable corruption taking place in all sphere of the society, however, one man who appears to be giving the president hope in exposing corrupt officials is Fi…

[NEWS] President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf might be feeling disappointed with the level of uncontrollable corruption taking place in all sphere of the society, however, one man who appears to be giving the president hope in exposing corrupt officials is Finance and Development Planning Minister, Boima Kamara.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

‘Too Late for Them’

[NEWS] “Look, if anyone tells you that my time finish, and we will get at your… tell them it is too late for them… ” these were the words of President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf to Liberian women at the International Women’s Day Colloquium held at the S…

[NEWS] "Look, if anyone tells you that my time finish, and we will get at your... tell them it is too late for them... " these were the words of President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf to Liberian women at the International Women's Day Colloquium held at the Samuel K. Doe Sports Complex in Paynesville, near Monrovia.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Liberians Demand U.S. 200 Million

[NEWS] A Non-Governmental Organization in Liberia, the Concerned Youth of Ganta for Reconstruction and Development and a Liberian citizen have sued the Republic of Liberia at the ECOWAS Court of Justice in which it requests the court to order the Liber…

[NEWS] A Non-Governmental Organization in Liberia, the Concerned Youth of Ganta for Reconstruction and Development and a Liberian citizen have sued the Republic of Liberia at the ECOWAS Court of Justice in which it requests the court to order the Liberian government to pay US$200 million as compensation to over 500 families of Ganta community allegedly killed by the Liberian armed forces over land dispute.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Massacre Victims Monument Dedicated

[NEWS] President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf has dedicated the first ever monument in honor of Liberians who were victim of the Du-Port Road massacre during the country’s civil unrest.

[NEWS] President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf has dedicated the first ever monument in honor of Liberians who were victim of the Du-Port Road massacre during the country's civil unrest.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Mandera Elders Wade Into Budget Debate

[Nation] Elders in Mandera have waded into the controversy surrounding the rejection of Sh1.7 billion supplementary budget as Senator Billow Kerrow supported the assembly’s decision.

[Nation] Elders in Mandera have waded into the controversy surrounding the rejection of Sh1.7 billion supplementary budget as Senator Billow Kerrow supported the assembly's decision.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Child Petrol Smugglers Spend Their Money On Computer Games

[GroundUp] Isaiah* says he is 15, but he looks several years younger. He lives in a rural village outside Espungabeira, on the border of Mozambique and Zimbabwe. Isaiah’s father works and lives 1,400 km away in South Africa; he thinks his son is in sch…

[GroundUp] Isaiah* says he is 15, but he looks several years younger. He lives in a rural village outside Espungabeira, on the border of Mozambique and Zimbabwe. Isaiah's father works and lives 1,400 km away in South Africa; he thinks his son is in school. But Isaiah is out earning a rough living as a smuggler.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Malawi Deserves Good Leaders Not These Thieves – Lunguzi

[Nyasa Times] Dedza East Member of Parliament Juliana Lunguzi (Malawi Congress Party-MCP) says Malawi deserves good leaders and that 2019 elections should be credible to enable citizens put in powers people who would serve them better.

[Nyasa Times] Dedza East Member of Parliament Juliana Lunguzi (Malawi Congress Party-MCP) says Malawi deserves good leaders and that 2019 elections should be credible to enable citizens put in powers people who would serve them better.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi