Unmil, BFF Host Year-End Jamboree for 400 Children in West Point

[Observer] Melvin Nyanway (seated middle) of UNMIL Human Rights and Protection Service, BFF President Augustine Arkoi with kids of West Point, and YBB youth volunteers.

[Observer] Melvin Nyanway (seated middle) of UNMIL Human Rights and Protection Service, BFF President Augustine Arkoi with kids of West Point, and YBB youth volunteers.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Gender Minister Faces Arrest, If…

[Observer] With 19 days to the end of President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf’s Administration, courts in the country are doing everything legally possible to enforce their judgments against public officials, who in one way or the other went against the law in…

[Observer] With 19 days to the end of President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf's Administration, courts in the country are doing everything legally possible to enforce their judgments against public officials, who in one way or the other went against the law in various forms and manners.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

‘Old’ Lawmakers Want Speaker Post

[Observer] With less than 13 days remaining before the House of Representatives of the 54th Legislature convenes, the contest for the posts of Speaker and Deputy Speaker intensifies between the 31 incumbents and the 42 newly elected Representatives.

[Observer] With less than 13 days remaining before the House of Representatives of the 54th Legislature convenes, the contest for the posts of Speaker and Deputy Speaker intensifies between the 31 incumbents and the 42 newly elected Representatives.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

President-Elect Weah’s Magnanimous Gesture

[Observer] Most Liberians and probably the entire international community were pleasantly surprised when they learned yesterday on social media that President-elect George Weah had paid a courtesy call on the man he defeated in the presidential runoff,…

[Observer] Most Liberians and probably the entire international community were pleasantly surprised when they learned yesterday on social media that President-elect George Weah had paid a courtesy call on the man he defeated in the presidential runoff, Vice President Joseph N. Boakai.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Liberia – What Was Meant for Evil, God Uses for Good!

[Observer] Jonesboro, Georgia -President-Elect George Manneh Weah, please accept my warmest congratulations on your victory as the 25th President of the Republic of Liberia, and best wishes for your success as you undertake the responsibilities and cha…

[Observer] Jonesboro, Georgia -President-Elect George Manneh Weah, please accept my warmest congratulations on your victory as the 25th President of the Republic of Liberia, and best wishes for your success as you undertake the responsibilities and challenges of our highest office. This victory is also the triumph of the common people, so there isn't any doubt that they will be traveling along; that grassroots base believed in you when others didn't; they, too, deserve to be congratulated for their resilient massive support throughout t

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Weah’s Inauguration In Three Weeks

[Observer] The inauguration of President-elect, George M. Weah, and the Vice President-elect, Jewel Howard Taylor, should have been on Monday, January 15, but ahead of the date, President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf issued a rather surprising proclamation ma…

[Observer] The inauguration of President-elect, George M. Weah, and the Vice President-elect, Jewel Howard Taylor, should have been on Monday, January 15, but ahead of the date, President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf issued a rather surprising proclamation making January 1, 2018 a holiday for the first time in 12 years. The presidential proclamation has now made Monday, January 22, the third working Monday, which becomes the day for the inauguration.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Nigeria Stock Exchange 2017 – How Companies’ Values Fell, Rose

[Premium Times] For the second year running, Forte Oil maintained its leadership as the worst performing stock on the Nigerian Stock Exchange, NSE, in 2017 in percentage terms.

[Premium Times] For the second year running, Forte Oil maintained its leadership as the worst performing stock on the Nigerian Stock Exchange, NSE, in 2017 in percentage terms.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria