Chief Kawor, Stop the Interference and Let the Supreme Court Do Its Work

[Observer] Recent pronouncement by Chief Zanzan Karwor, leader of the National Traditional Council of Chiefs and Elders, and their collaborators intending to interfere with the critical work before the National Elections Commission and the Supreme Cour…

[Observer] Recent pronouncement by Chief Zanzan Karwor, leader of the National Traditional Council of Chiefs and Elders, and their collaborators intending to interfere with the critical work before the National Elections Commission and the Supreme Court to adjudicate the allegations of irregularities and fraud that occurred during theOctober 10 elections are a travesty (mockery, charade).

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Political Impasse Worries Bilateral Partners

[Observer] Liberia international partners are becoming weary that the ongoing political stalemate in the country, if not resolved soon, will affect the much anticipated smooth transition process that should be the first in over seven decades.

[Observer] Liberia international partners are becoming weary that the ongoing political stalemate in the country, if not resolved soon, will affect the much anticipated smooth transition process that should be the first in over seven decades.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Govt Clears MNG-Gold

[Observer] The Inter-Ministerial Crisis Management Team (CMT) constituted by the government to investigate the September 27, 2017, rupture of a section of the geo-membrane layer, which led to the spillage of chemical (cyanide) into nearby waters at the…

[Observer] The Inter-Ministerial Crisis Management Team (CMT) constituted by the government to investigate the September 27, 2017, rupture of a section of the geo-membrane layer, which led to the spillage of chemical (cyanide) into nearby waters at the MNG-Gold Mine in Kokoyah, Bong County, has concluded its work, indicating that the situation is now under control.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

‘UP Discovered, Acknowledged, Participated in Wrongs’

[Observer] As the ongoing Unity Party’s intervention hearing case has begun producing witnesses and pieces of evidence, the party’s national chairman, Wilmot Paye, admitted that he voted on October 10 even though he knew that the National Elections Com…

[Observer] As the ongoing Unity Party's intervention hearing case has begun producing witnesses and pieces of evidence, the party's national chairman, Wilmot Paye, admitted that he voted on October 10 even though he knew that the National Elections Commission was wrong by making an addendum (additional lists) as part of the electoral process.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

‘Traditional Elections More Transparent Than Western’

[Observer] The head of the National Traditional Council of Chiefs and Elders, Zanzan Kawor believes that the old “traditional” form of elections conducted to determine paramount, clan and zone chiefs in Liberia, were more transparent than the system of…

[Observer] The head of the National Traditional Council of Chiefs and Elders, Zanzan Kawor believes that the old "traditional" form of elections conducted to determine paramount, clan and zone chiefs in Liberia, were more transparent than the system of elections practiced today, which the Westerners have introduced.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Insurer Facing U.S.$568K Damages ‘Liquidated’

[Observer] Lawyers representing International Insurance Company of Liberia (IICL) on trial for refusing to pay the medical bills of a motor accident victim Sylvester Fallah has told the Civil Law Court that the corporation was undergoing liquidation by…

[Observer] Lawyers representing International Insurance Company of Liberia (IICL) on trial for refusing to pay the medical bills of a motor accident victim Sylvester Fallah has told the Civil Law Court that the corporation was undergoing liquidation by the Central Bank of Liberia (CBL).

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Kwesé Free Sports Launches in Liberia

[Observer] Pan-African media group Econet Media and the Raising Africa Media Incorporated (RAM) have launched Kwesé Free Sports in Liberia – Africa’s oldest republic. Kwesé Free Sports, Africa’s largest free-to-air channel, will now be available on CLAR TV (Channel 5), introducing a 24-hour premium sports channel for Liberian audiences to enjoy.

[Observer] Pan-African media group Econet Media and the Raising Africa Media Incorporated (RAM) have launched Kwesé Free Sports in Liberia - Africa's oldest republic. Kwesé Free Sports, Africa's largest free-to-air channel, will now be available on CLAR TV (Channel 5), introducing a 24-hour premium sports channel for Liberian audiences to enjoy.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Lagos, PHC Airports Rated 5th, 3rd Among 20 Worst Airports

[Daily Trust] Lagos -Two international airports, Murtala Muhammed Airport (MMA), Lagos and Port Harcourt International Airport (PHIA), have been rated among the 20 worst airports in the world, according to a 2017 survey.

[Daily Trust] Lagos -Two international airports, Murtala Muhammed Airport (MMA), Lagos and Port Harcourt International Airport (PHIA), have been rated among the 20 worst airports in the world, according to a 2017 survey.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

No Deal – CDC, Robert Sirleaf Debunk Montserrado County Senatorial Promised Plot

[FrontPageAfrica] Monrovia -Mr. Robert A. Sirleaf, a son of President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf has strongly dismissed assertions by Dr. Allan White, the former lead investigator, who was at the center stage of gathering evidence against jailed President C…

[FrontPageAfrica] Monrovia -Mr. Robert A. Sirleaf, a son of President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf has strongly dismissed assertions by Dr. Allan White, the former lead investigator, who was at the center stage of gathering evidence against jailed President Charles Taylor, that there is a deal on the table for the President's son to replace Senator George Manneh Weah if Weah is elected the next President of Liberia.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Abuja – B6/B12 Roads to Be Completed December

[Daily Trust] The Federal Capital Development Authority (FCDA) has said the B6/B12 roads between the PPRA building and the National Mosque and linking the Supreme Court in Abuja would be completed and opened for the public by the end of the year.

[Daily Trust] The Federal Capital Development Authority (FCDA) has said the B6/B12 roads between the PPRA building and the National Mosque and linking the Supreme Court in Abuja would be completed and opened for the public by the end of the year.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria