LEC Assures Caldwell Residents, Others of Electricity

[Observer] Following a one day protest by residents of Caldwell Township, the management of the Liberia Electricity Corporation (LEC) has promised to provide their homes with electricity in the shortest possible time.

[Observer] Following a one day protest by residents of Caldwell Township, the management of the Liberia Electricity Corporation (LEC) has promised to provide their homes with electricity in the shortest possible time.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

CBL Sets Record Straight On Cash Outflow

[Observer] The Central Bank of Liberia has said despite an end-of-year press conference on December 21, 2017 on the state of the Liberian economy, stories still linger about alleged illegal capital transfers.

[Observer] The Central Bank of Liberia has said despite an end-of-year press conference on December 21, 2017 on the state of the Liberian economy, stories still linger about alleged illegal capital transfers.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Is the World Bank, Liberia’s Advisor and Creditor, Culpable in Liberia’s 62 Fraudulent Concessionary Agreements?

[Observer] Mr. Paul Wolfowitz, former President of the World Bank, might be cringing if he thought that his hard work would not have helped former President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf to succeed in Liberia, making this the first success story of the World B…

[Observer] Mr. Paul Wolfowitz, former President of the World Bank, might be cringing if he thought that his hard work would not have helped former President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf to succeed in Liberia, making this the first success story of the World Bank.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

LISCR Out of CAF Champions League

[Observer] The preliminary round of the CAF Champions league has again become the stopping point of Liberia’s double champions LISCR FC after a 3-0 loss to Sudan’s Al Hilal in Sudan yesterday.

[Observer] The preliminary round of the CAF Champions league has again become the stopping point of Liberia's double champions LISCR FC after a 3-0 loss to Sudan's Al Hilal in Sudan yesterday.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Pro-Poor Agenda Gets Boost Against Neglected Tropical Diseases

[Observer] Liberia’s support in the fight against neglected tropical diseases (NTDs) received commendation from Dr. Alex Gasasira, the World Health Organization’s representative in Liberia, during a presentation of medical supplies to the Ministry of H…

[Observer] Liberia's support in the fight against neglected tropical diseases (NTDs) received commendation from Dr. Alex Gasasira, the World Health Organization's representative in Liberia, during a presentation of medical supplies to the Ministry of Health yesterday in Monrovia.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Lawmakers Start Three-Day Legislature Orientation Session

[Observer] Thirty-nine new members of the House of Representatives (36 males and three females) are expected to start the first of the three-day orientation session on basic concentration on legislative functions – representation, lawmaking, and oversi…

[Observer] Thirty-nine new members of the House of Representatives (36 males and three females) are expected to start the first of the three-day orientation session on basic concentration on legislative functions - representation, lawmaking, and oversight.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Football Boss Rukoro ‘Attacks’ Cosafa President

[Namibian] Namibia Football Association secretary general Barry Rukoro again courted controversy for violent conduct after allegedly assaulting Cosafa president Phillip Chiyangwa in South Africa on Friday.

[Namibian] Namibia Football Association secretary general Barry Rukoro again courted controversy for violent conduct after allegedly assaulting Cosafa president Phillip Chiyangwa in South Africa on Friday.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Court Freezes Accounts of Navy Admiral Who Received Billions Controversially

[Premium Times] The Federal High Court, Abuja, on Wednesday granted permission to the Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, to freeze the accounts of Tahir Yusuf, a retired naval officer.

[Premium Times] The Federal High Court, Abuja, on Wednesday granted permission to the Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, to freeze the accounts of Tahir Yusuf, a retired naval officer.