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's Taylor denied coronavirus jail move
Judges have rejected a bid by Liberian ex-president and convicted war criminal Charles Taylor to be moved from a British jail, where he claimed he risks dying from coronavirus.
Johnson Sirleaf charges business leaders to address challenges posed by COVID -19
For collective existence and enduring partnership among the business leaders, the first female President of Liberia and Nobel Peace Laureate, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf
I Don't Want To Suffer In Hell - Liberian Dancehall Artiste Canc Queen Quits Music
One of Liberia's top dancehall artistes, Canc Queen has quit music after giving her life to Christ. The singer announced to her fans on her social media pages that she has made the decision to follow Christ and abandon music. According to her, she doesn't want to suffer on earth and also suffer in hell:…
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...
After Ebola, Liberian doctors have coronavirus head start
Many Liberians remember Jerry Brown, the doctor leading the country's coronavirus response team, for his fearlessness during the Ebola crisis in the West African state.
Liberia bans travel from affected countries after 1st virus case
Liberian President George Weah on Monday said that all travel from countries with over 200 coronavirus cases would be banned after the West African state recorded its first infection.
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...