West Africe Democracy Radio - Promoting DialogueListen Live
June 19, 2013
- LIBERIA: 300 Sierra Leonean Refugees to be ‘naturalized’
- Liberia: Committee wants Lawmaker Expelled
- Liberia: UNHCR launches birth registration for Ivorian refugee kids
- Garbage Problem Affects Many in Liberia’s Leading Commercial District
- Liberia Gov't Refutes Report of Rampant Corruption in Public Sector
WADR on TwitterFollow us
Search in Archive
The Liberia Refugee Repatriation and Resettlement Commission (LRRRC) says all is now set to confer Liberian citizenship on some 300 Sierra Leonean refugees living in Liberia in Liberia on World Refugee Day, June 20.
A committee set up by the main opposition party in Liberia, the Congress for Democratic Change (CDC) to probe alleged involvement of Representative Edward Forh of Montserrado County in corruption has recommended his expulsion from the party.
A mass birth registration targeting all Ivorian refugee children born in Liberia from 0 – 2.5 years is underway in refugee camps in the country.
Marketers and residents of the commercial district of Paynesville outside Monrovia have spoken strongly against the city corporation’s garbage purchase scheme it launched recently.
The Liberian Government has refuted a report released by a local corruption watch dog that it has not done much to fight corruption.
The Press Secretary to Liberia’s President, Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf has debunked local media reports that the Liberian Leader was snubbed by President Barack Hussein Obama during a visit to the US.
Thousands of students from across Liberia have begun sitting this year’s West African Examination Council (WAEC) administered tests.
The government of Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf has in recent days been under mounting criticism for failing to deliver on its promises with almost two years into her second term and eight years in charge of the ship of state.
The U.S. State Department has issued its latest human rights report covering 2012. Several African governments receive stern criticism, amongst them: LIBERIA’s.
Reports from Liberia speak of suspicious men roaming the Nimba forest in the northeast of the country.