Foreign Leaders Hail Pres. Weah

[New Republic] Liberian President George Manneh Weah has begun his administration on a good footing of an excellent international approbation evidenced by plethora of foreign leaders, ambassadors and envoys that have paid him courtesy calls and visits.

[New Republic] Liberian President George Manneh Weah has begun his administration on a good footing of an excellent international approbation evidenced by plethora of foreign leaders, ambassadors and envoys that have paid him courtesy calls and visits.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Nimba Citizen Raise Over LD$110,000

[New Republic] Citizens across District #7, Nimba County, have raised over 110,000.00LD to support Roger S.W.Y. Domah who is facing legal tussle with another representative candidate in the District.

[New Republic] Citizens across District #7, Nimba County, have raised over 110,000.00LD to support Roger S.W.Y. Domah who is facing legal tussle with another representative candidate in the District.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Protocol Poorly Handled At Weah’s Inauguration

[New Republic] Other things reportedly went well as planned for Monday, January 22 inauguration of President George Weah, but the protocol aspect is said to be the worst ever endured during such national functions.

[New Republic] Other things reportedly went well as planned for Monday, January 22 inauguration of President George Weah, but the protocol aspect is said to be the worst ever endured during such national functions.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

‘Don’t Ill-Watch This Govt’

[New Republic] The Chairman for the Center for the Exchange of Intellectual Options (CEIO), Franklin Wesseh, has warmed Liberians not to bewitch the George Weah-led government, but rather join hands in fostering the agenda that will bring about growth …

[New Republic] The Chairman for the Center for the Exchange of Intellectual Options (CEIO), Franklin Wesseh, has warmed Liberians not to bewitch the George Weah-led government, but rather join hands in fostering the agenda that will bring about growth and development of the nation.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Supreme Court Paves Way for Rubber Stamp Confirmation of Weah’s Justice Nominee

[FrontPageAfrica] MODELED AFTER THE CONSTITUTION of the United States of America, the framers of the Liberian Constitution went to great length to ensure a separation of powers system of governance through a series of “checks and balances” intended to …

[FrontPageAfrica] MODELED AFTER THE CONSTITUTION of the United States of America, the framers of the Liberian Constitution went to great length to ensure a separation of powers system of governance through a series of "checks and balances" intended to ensure that no single person or branch of government ever becomes too powerful.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

George Weah’s Minister of Justice Nominee Law License Restored By Supreme Court

[FrontPageAfrica] Monrovia -In less than six days after a petition to restore the law license of Cllr. Charles Gibson, Minster of Justice-designate, was filed with the Supreme Court, it is reported that the high court has granted the petition.

[FrontPageAfrica] Monrovia -In less than six days after a petition to restore the law license of Cllr. Charles Gibson, Minster of Justice-designate, was filed with the Supreme Court, it is reported that the high court has granted the petition.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Grand Bassa College Graduates Over 280 Students in Third Convocation

[FrontPageAfrica] Buchanan City -The Grand Bassa Community College Thursday, January 25, graduated over 284 students in different disciplines, as the keynote speaker urged graduates not to see age as a challenge.

[FrontPageAfrica] Buchanan City -The Grand Bassa Community College Thursday, January 25, graduated over 284 students in different disciplines, as the keynote speaker urged graduates not to see age as a challenge.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Tonga SAPS Lands a Helping Hand to Learners

[SAPS] Nelspruit -Emanating from a school safety project, three learners from Mphoti Primary School walked to school dressed in new school shoes from yesterday, 25 January 2018.

[SAPS] Nelspruit -Emanating from a school safety project, three learners from Mphoti Primary School walked to school dressed in new school shoes from yesterday, 25 January 2018.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa