The opposition Unity Party says it has learned that the home of its Chairman Luther Tarpeh which was gutted by fire early Thursday morning at about 1:00 Am in Paynesville was a well-planned and orchestrated attack against the entire opposition.
As the 2023 general and presidential elections draw closer the opposition Unity Party Seems to be far from settling it rental liability as the Sixth Judicial Circuit Court has commanded its Sherriff to seize and expose for sale the lands, goods, and chattels of the Unity Party (UP) following a complaint filed against the party by the Worjoloh McClain Enterprise.
The Students Unification Party of the University of Liberia -SUP is calling on well-meaning Liberians in the country and diaspora to assist in ensuring that all of their colleagues who were allegedly beaten by group of people believed to be supporters of the ruling Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC) acquring the best of medical attention they need.
Out going Unity Party chairman Amin Modad has congratulated Rev. Luther Tarpeh on his election as Chairman-elect of the opposition Unity Party.
Fire brand Montserrado County Representative, Yekeh Kolubah has termed members of the 54th Legislature as criminals who should not be depended upon for any change or redemption from the current economic and political situation of the country.
On behalf of the United States of America, I would like to congratulate the people of Liberia on this momentous year, which sees both the bicentennial of the arrival of … Read More
PRESIDENT Muhammadu Buhari on Tuesday in Monrovia, Liberia said his administration was committed towards ensuring a free, fair, transparent and acceptable elections in 2023. The President also called on leaders … Read More
Liberia has joined other African Countries in the Sub-region to provide for dual Citizenship through a Legislative enactment.
Reporters Without Borders is concerned by the rise in attacks against the media In Liberia. This statement was originally published on rsf.org on 12 July 2022. Reporters Without Borders (RSF) condemns a … Read More
The Liberian Senate has clarified that at “no point in time” did members of the Senate receive US$30,000.00 each for Legislative Engagement in the 2022 Budget.