Entries by Mulbah Flomo


Six “CDC’s Partisans”` Charged To Court

By: Yassah J. Wright The Liberia National Police (LNP) has charged and forwarded to the Monrovia City Court six persons believed to be supporters of the Collocation for Democratic Change (CDC). They were on three criminal charges including Terroristic Threats, Simple Assaults and Disorderly Conduct, allegedly against Mr. Henry Costa, a political talk show host. […]


Lawmaker Charged -For Alleged Threats

By: Yassah J. Wright Montserrado County District #7 Representative, Solomon George, has been charged for allegedly threatening to beat and strip naked Commerce Ministry’s Chief of Maintenance, Mrs. Macactoh Wreh Togba. Cllr. Philip Gongole, in-house lawyer for the Ministry of Commerce and Industry, filed the complaint with the Liberia National Police (LNP), indicating that the […]

National Food Fortification Alliance To Be Launched Today

By Mafanta Kromah The official launch of the National Food Fortification Alliance (NFFA) of Liberia is expected to take place today in Monrovia. Deputy Minister of Commerce and Industry, Roland S. Carey, told a Ministry of Information, Cultural Affairs and Tourism regular press briefing on Thursday that the program takes place at the Alliance’s head […]

Liberia’s Quest: Leadership Or Dealership?

What is being suspected of politicians in determining Liberia’s quest for governance appears to be gradually unfolding in the wake of the presidential runoff expected to be held on November 7, 2017. Poised with their voting cards close to their chests, while Liberians are awaiting the day for the runoff between the Coalition for Democratic […]


NEC Commissioners Under Threats -Chairman Alleges

The National Elections Commission (NEC) has alarmed over reported threats on the lives of its commissioners. NEC’s Chairman Cllr. Jerome G. Korkoya, at regular briefing on Wednesday, made the disclosure, warning the alleged doers to desist. “The National Elections Commission would like to remind every Liberian citizen, political parties and their supporters to act with […]

Settled? /Court Seeks Confirmation In Freeman-Democrat Case

The Supreme Court called the case involving Mr. Simeon Freeman and the New Democrat Newspaper; on Wednesday, October 25, 2017. Surprisingly, only the Appellant (New Democrat Newspaper) lawyer, Cllr. Tiawan Gonglo, was present andinformed the high court that the matter has been settle already between the paper and Mr. Freeman. A marshal’s return on Wednesday […]

Liberia Gets Global Lottery/Gaming Body Membership

The National Lottery Authority (NLA) has been admitted into a global lottery/gaming organization known as the International Association of Gaming Regulators (IAGR). The NLA which is the regulatory body of all games-of- chance in the country including sporting betting, casinos, and lottery-ball games, among others, was accepted as a full member of the IAGR during […]

Ellen Commends Visiting Islamic Scholar

President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has received in audience Sheikh, Khalid Yasim, an American Islamic Scholar who is currently visiting the country and commended him for his decision to come to Liberia. “Let me give you a big welcome for making the decision to come to Liberia” President Sirleaf noted. According to an Executive Mansion release, […]


‘Extraordinary’ -Senator Wesseh Describes UN’s Roles

By Abraham Morris-23188624820- abrahammorrisabrahammorris@gmail.com   River Gee County Senator, Commany Wesseh, has described the role played by the United Nations (UN) in security, peace, economic livelihood, since its establishment in 1951 as “extraordinary”. Serving as Keynote Speaker at the 72nd anniversary of the UN held at the Centennial Memorial Pavilion in Monrovia, Senator Wesseh said […]