Domestic Violence Act Signs Into Law

The Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection (MGCSP) applauds President George Manneh Weah for signing into law the Domestic Violence Act, a legal instrument that seeks to abolish all forms of violence meted against women, children and men.
The Ministry views the passage and signing into law of this legislation as a vital tool in curbing and eradicating the scourge of domestic violence which has permeated every fabric of our society. Read more

Pres. Weah Urges PUL To Pluck Out ‘Bad Apples’ For Good Of Liberia

President George Manneh Weah

As special guest of the Press Union of Liberia’s 2019 Awards Night, President George Manneh Weah recommitted his government’s resolve to protect the fundamental rights of journalists.
But the President was quick to call on the Union to help cleanse the local media space by yanking out transgressors and persons using the media as a shield to propagate messages that could divide the nation and stall national progress. Read more

Pres. Weah Dedicates 50 Modern Housing Units in Popo Beach

President Weah flank by First Lady and LACE Executive Director in to cut the ribbon

– Vows To Serve All Liberians
President Dr. George Manneh Weah Friday, August 9, 2019 dedicated 50 housing units in Popo Beach, New Kru Town, using the occasion to reassure Liberians that he would continue to serve all citizens in terms of development without discrimination.
Addressing hundreds of jubilant residents at the dedicatory ceremony, President Weah said he is President for all Liberians and will take development to every nook and corner of the Country so that every citizen has a fair share of the National Cake. Read more

GoL Seeks To Improve Service Delivery, Compliance In Public Sector

The Government of Liberia and the broader international development partnerships led by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) have agreed on the framework for fiscal and monetary planning that requires well sequenced and structured reforms.
This reform is expected to lead to the formulation of a realistic national budget in which revenue and spending are aligned and streamlined for improved service delivery. Read more

‘No Greater Honor Than Call To Service’

– Pres. Weah
The Liberian leader on Friday commissioned a number of government officials at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, following their confirmation earlier by the Liberian Senate.
They include Henry Fahnbulleh, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs; Deweh Gray, Deputy Foreign Minister of Legal Affairs; and Abraham Korvah, Sr., Deputy Foreign Minister for International Cooperation & Economic Integration. Read more

VP Taylor Urges Africans To Battle Ancient, Modern Signs Of Slavery

The Vice President of Liberia, Dr. Jewel Howard-Taylor, has told delegates at the Heritage and Culture Society of Africa (HACSA) 2019 Summit in Accra, Ghana that it is time that West Africa fight against ancient and modern manifestations of slavery in the region.
After 400 years, VP Taylor said the time has come to lift the hidden, inhumane stories of horror from the corners, onto the pages of history books, and expose the gruesome inhumanity of man to man. Read more

Supreme Court Orders New Trial In US$2.8msuit Against Gov’t

The Supreme Court has reversed the judgment of then Judge Peter Gbeneweleh of the 13th Judicial Circuit Court of Margibi County in the US$2,8 million “action of damages for wrong” lawsuit filed by four Korean investors against the Government of Liberia.
In his ruling, Judge Gbeneweleh then said the Korean businessmen evidences produced were not sufficient to compel the government to answer to the claims against it. Read more

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