Weah Withdrawals Nomination Of Justice Minister

Following unending claims and allegations of unethical law practice, President Weah has withdrawn the nomination of Justice Minister designate. Follow the link….



Liberia’s Press Union Hails President Weah…. Pushes For War Crimes Prosecution

(Monrovia- February 12, 2018)- The Press Union of Liberia has hailed as an early show of democratic values and leadership, President George M. Weah’s withdrawal of his first choice for Justice Minister.

According to a PUL release, President Weah’s action demonstrates the beginning of an end to political posturing on Capitol Hill which has badly influenced governance in the last twelve years.

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President Weah: Become A National Leader!

By Malayah T. Chieyoe
‘The Democracy of Liberia is truly maturing’. This was a recent headline of the Standards Newspaper of Kenya.

I concur with the Kenyan media outlet and say that the politics of Liberia is truly maturing having seen Joseph N. Boakai, the defeated Vice President of Liberia taking the kick-off and Amb. George Weah scoring the goals following the recent elections.

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Senate Releases Guidelines For Confirmation of Presidential Nominees

The Liberian Senate has released guidelines and requirements for the confirmation proceedings of nominated officials after President George M Weah began forming his government Monday evening. Below is the guidelines published by the Senate.

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Press Union Congratulates President Weah

  • (Monrovia, January 23, 2018)- The Press Union of Liberia has congratulated President
    George M. Weah on his ascendency to the leadership of the country.
    The PUL according to a release has vowed to work tirelessly with the Weah Administration
    to improve the legal and professional operating environment of the press in Liberia.
    It is important that the new government includes media reforms in its “pro-poor” governance
    agenda, the Union insists.
    Meanwhile, the Press Union of Liberia has reshuffled its Executive Committee as follow:
    Membership Committee
    1. Maxwell Johnson- Chairman
    2. Edwood Dunn- Co-Chairman
    3. Musu Sirleaf -Secretary
    4. Tete Gebro
    5. D. Sonpon Weah
    6. Neiy Kwiah Wiaplah
    7. David Targbeh
    Sports & Entertainment Committee
    1. Julu Johnson-Chairman
    2. Martina Brooks-Co-Chairman
    3. Samuel Hasay- Secretary
    4. P. Nas Mulbah
    5. Sally Gaye
    6. Koluba Zayzay
    7. Trojan Kiazolu
    8. Roland Mulbah
    Intellectual Discourse Committee
    1. Raymond Zarbay- Chairman
    2. Estelle Liberty Kermon –Co- Chairman
    3. Joe Wandah –Secretary
    4. Francis Pelenah
    5. Melody Mezay- Kettor
    6. Beatrice Sieh
    7. Tokpah Tarnue
    Welfare Committee
    1. Festus Poquie- Chairman
    2. Necus Andrews Co-Chairman
    3. Augustus Bortue- Secretary
    4. Henry Sumo
    5. Zoe Horace
    6. Ellis Togba
    7. Alfred Rogers
    Daniel Nyakonah, Jr.
    Secretary General