Liberia declares rape a national emergency
Liberian President George Weah has declared rape a national emergency and has ordered new measures to tackle the problem after a recent spike of cases in the poor West African state.
Liberia eases prayer restrictions but extends lockdown
Liberian President George Weah has said he will partially lift restrictions on praying in mosques and churches aimed...
A country of crisis
If there is anything that Africa is badly in need of, it is good leaders. It is quite disheartening, that for years we have seen men of goodwill pontificate about their reforms...
Opposition postpones anti-government rally in Liberia
Liberian opposition leaders announced a week-long postponement of an anti-government rally planned for Monday after mounting confrontation with the government.
Graft fears as Liberia civil servants go unpaid
More than 15,000 Liberian civil servants have not been paid for months, government and judicial sources said Wednesday, reinforcing concerns over graft and economic mismanagement under President George Weah.
Buhari: Why I’m revitalising the economy
President Muhammadu Buhari, yesterday, in Monrovia, Liberia, said his administration has instituted policies aimed at diversifying Nigeria's economy.
Snakes Bar Liberian President Weah From Office
Liberian President George Weah has been barred from his office for five days by two black snakes that slithered into the building this week, authorities said Friday. The foreign ministry where Weah, a former striker with the Paris Saint-German and AC Milan football clubs, has his office must be fumigated to chase out the reptiles,…
Drogba, Weah, Essien, others for ‘The Match’ in Lagos
Twenty-one African football legends, including Didier Drogba and Liberian President, George Weah, have been selected to participate in ‘The Match,’ a celebration of...
Last week I was privy to an argument among some friends regarding two news stories, firstly, Kayode Fayemi had abolished tuition fees in Ekiti, then, George Weah had declared tuition-free university education in Liberia.