31 LRA Retirees Protest for Benefits

[Observer] At least 31 retirees of the Liberia Revenue Authority yesterday staged a protest in demand of their retirement benefits at the headquarters of the LRA. The demonstration was sparked by what the group termed as management’s refusal to pay the…

[Observer] At least 31 retirees of the Liberia Revenue Authority yesterday staged a protest in demand of their retirement benefits at the headquarters of the LRA. The demonstration was sparked by what the group termed as management's refusal to pay their retirement benefits.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

‘Don’t Take Ambassador Weah for Granted’

[Observer] Liberians and others who may not be seeing their way clear as the CDC led government of George Manneh Weah prepares to take the reins of power have been cautioned not to take him for granted on his campaign promises.

[Observer] Liberians and others who may not be seeing their way clear as the CDC led government of George Manneh Weah prepares to take the reins of power have been cautioned not to take him for granted on his campaign promises.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Elections Leave Divisive Scars On Nimba

[Observer] The 2017 presidential and legislative elections are said to have far reaching impacts leaving scars of hatred and division among the people of the vote rich county of Nimba, local youths at a high level youth dialogue revealed last Friday.

[Observer] The 2017 presidential and legislative elections are said to have far reaching impacts leaving scars of hatred and division among the people of the vote rich county of Nimba, local youths at a high level youth dialogue revealed last Friday.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Annette C. Henry, Businesswoman, Educator, Administrator, Dies

[Observer] A dedicated public administrator, educator, businesswoman and civil servant, Mrs. Henry was committed to serving others and improving opportunities for women and children. She was 79.

[Observer] A dedicated public administrator, educator, businesswoman and civil servant, Mrs. Henry was committed to serving others and improving opportunities for women and children. She was 79.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Kill the Goliath of Corruption

[Observer] One of the most difficult prayers in Scripture is the one Jesus prayed in Luke 22:42, when he said “… not my will but your (God’s) will be done.” In the recent political events of our country, if many of us had our will, we will be plannin…

[Observer] One of the most difficult prayers in Scripture is the one Jesus prayed in Luke 22:42, when he said "... not my will but your (God's) will be done." In the recent political events of our country, if many of us had our will, we will be planning the inauguration of another person and not the president-elect. However, here Jesus teaches us that the will of God is bigger than our wills, and as the prophet Isaiah put it, "As the heavens are higher than the earth, so are my ways higher than your ways and my thoug

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

When Will UL Ever Be Prepared for Consistent and Sustained Academic Progress?

[Observer] The University of Liberia (UL) is the nation’s premier university that has trained and is expected to continue preparing Liberians academically for the socio-economic, scientific and technological development of Liberia.

[Observer] The University of Liberia (UL) is the nation's premier university that has trained and is expected to continue preparing Liberians academically for the socio-economic, scientific and technological development of Liberia.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

2018 – Year of Economic Emancipation

[New Era] Namibia was occupied and ruled by colonial powers for over 100 years. During those years our people were subjected to treatment which left them in abject poverty and the vast majority of the population is still living in utter misery. After i…

[New Era] Namibia was occupied and ruled by colonial powers for over 100 years. During those years our people were subjected to treatment which left them in abject poverty and the vast majority of the population is still living in utter misery. After independence our government tried its best to correct this situation.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia