CDC Probes Two Partisans for Double Registration

[Observer] The Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC) has formally launched an investigation of two of its partisans for double registration – at the National Elections Commission (NEC) to contest in the October 10 Legislative Elections as independent c…

[Observer] The Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC) has formally launched an investigation of two of its partisans for double registration - at the National Elections Commission (NEC) to contest in the October 10 Legislative Elections as independent candidates and for the CDC primary elections under the party's ticket.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Young People Urged to Play Vital Role in 2017 Elections

[Observer] Assistant Youth and Sports Minister Kula V. Fofana is urging young people to play a critical role in the upcoming October elections to maintain Liberia’s peace and development. As young people, she said, “We have the ability to ensure that L…

[Observer] Assistant Youth and Sports Minister Kula V. Fofana is urging young people to play a critical role in the upcoming October elections to maintain Liberia's peace and development. As young people, she said, "We have the ability to ensure that Liberia has a shiny transition.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

LNHF Gives Free Hepatitis B Vaccines to Medical College Students

[Observer] Ms. Layal Kazouh, founder of the Liberia National Hepatitis Foundation, was the first to take the Hepatitis B vaccine before students of the Medical School were vaccinated.

[Observer] Ms. Layal Kazouh, founder of the Liberia National Hepatitis Foundation, was the first to take the Hepatitis B vaccine before students of the Medical School were vaccinated.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

‘No Divisive Politics in Liberia’

[Observer] The newly elected political leader of the Liberian People Party (LPP), Dr. H. Boima Fahnbulleh, said there cannot be any divisive politics based on the perpetuated congo-indigenous divide.

[Observer] The newly elected political leader of the Liberian People Party (LPP), Dr. H. Boima Fahnbulleh, said there cannot be any divisive politics based on the perpetuated congo-indigenous divide.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Liberian-Owned Businesses Shocked By Failed Loan Scheme

[Observer] Mahmud Johnson, the entrepreneur who turned palm kernel oil into skin, hair and cooking products that are sold around the world, applied for the Private Sector Development Initiatives (PSDI) loan in 2014.

[Observer] Mahmud Johnson, the entrepreneur who turned palm kernel oil into skin, hair and cooking products that are sold around the world, applied for the Private Sector Development Initiatives (PSDI) loan in 2014.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

In MFDP’s Audit Saga – LP Chairman Takes ‘Sabbatical’

[Observer] Following a damning preliminary audit of the Private Sector Development Initiatives (PSDI), which accused several Liberian businesses including Sanvee Holdings, the group’s Chief Executive Officer, Mr. Benjamin Sanvee has taken a sabbatical …

[Observer] Following a damning preliminary audit of the Private Sector Development Initiatives (PSDI), which accused several Liberian businesses including Sanvee Holdings, the group's Chief Executive Officer, Mr. Benjamin Sanvee has taken a sabbatical as chairman of the Liberty Party to afford him time to settle his arrears.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Police Officer Disappears With Complainant’s Money

[Monitor] Luweero -Detectives are hunting for a police officer who reportedly disappeared from the Central Police Station, his place of work in Luweero District with Shs6.8 million that belonged to a complainant.

[Monitor] Luweero -Detectives are hunting for a police officer who reportedly disappeared from the Central Police Station, his place of work in Luweero District with Shs6.8 million that belonged to a complainant.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda