Liberia News

Representatives To Intervene In UL Tuition Issue

By Janjay F. Campbell District #8 representative, Acarous Moses Gray says the increment in tuition at the University of Liberia (UL) needs to be addressed because the increment in tuition is insignificant to the operation of the school. Explaining the issue yesterday to his colleagues in session, Representative Gray said the leadership of the legislature should meet the executive to discuss the matter before most of the students who cannot

Sinoe Crisis Hampers Hearings

By C. Winnie Saywah-Jimmy The chairperson on the Senate’s Internal Affairs Committee, Thomas Grupee, says there will be no further confirmation hearings of any Presidential nominee forwarded to his committee until the issue of the Sinoe County Superintendent-designate reaches its full conclusion. The Nimba County Senator who exhibited a more composed posture yesterday made the remarks when the plenary received more names of presidential nominees and agreed to forward same for

Market women Disappointed In Gov't

By Antoinette Sendolo Ahead of the 2017 General and Presidential Elections, several market women have expressed serious disappointment over the manner in which the country is being governed and have threatened not to participate in the forthcoming Elections supra. Market women in the Brewerville, Baby-Ma Junction Community said they are unhappy with the way things are going on in the country stressing that they expected good governance from President Ellen