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





President Weah Makes First Appointments In New Government

After he was sworn in Monday afternoon as Liberia’s 24th President, HE George M.  Weah began naming officials of his administration as indicated in the below two separate press releases.  Continue reading “President Weah Makes First Appointments In New Government”

FIND Calls For Strong International Support To Liberia’s 2017 Elections To Maintain Country’s Stability

The Foundation for International Dignity (FIND) has called on the international community to invest in Liberia’s 2017 general and presidential elections in order to keep the country’s progress of peace and stability on track.

FIND is one of Liberia’s outstanding pro-democracy organizations, championing the cause for human rights, democratic governance and peace and stability. Continue reading “FIND Calls For Strong International Support To Liberia’s 2017 Elections To Maintain Country’s Stability”

Liberia’s Revenue Authority Chief Heads WATAF…Assures Proactive Leadership

(Monrovia, Wednesday, October 12, 2016): The Commissioner General of the Liberia Revenue Authority (LRA), Elfrieda Stewart Tamba, has been inducted as Chair of the West Africa Tax Administration Forum (WATAF) in a colorful ceremony held at the 11th General Assembly of the heads of West Africa Tax Administrations held in Dakar Senegal from 28 – 29 September, 2016. WATAF is the ECOWAS auxiliary for all tax administrations across West Africa. Continue reading “Liberia’s Revenue Authority Chief Heads WATAF…Assures Proactive Leadership”

Liberia’s Revenue Authority Chief Hails Sweden’s Support To Development… Seeks Partnership & Technical Assistance

Monrovia, June 17, 2016The Commissioner General of the Liberia Revenue Authority (LRA) Mrs. Elfrieda Stewart Tamba has applauded the contribution of the Swedish Government to the development of Liberia, including the Liberia Revenue Authority.

Sweden has been helping with Liberia’s postwar development program in several areas including strengthening of the financial sector though its development arm—Swedish International Development Agency (SIDA).

 “The Swedish government has been good partners to Liberia….especially in your goal to reduce poverty,” Commissioner General Tamba stated recently when she led an LRA delegation to the Swedish Embassy in Monrovia. The visit was a follow-up to the one paid to the LRA by the Swedish Ambassador to Liberia Ms. Lena Nordström in late January.

 The Commissioner General acknowledged the Swedish Government’s goal to support poverty reduction and indicated that the more private sector trade is improved in the country, the better it will be for Liberia and Liberians.

“We have come to concretize our relationship with the Swedish Government,” the country’s chief tax collector said, adding, “Though we have benefited from the Swedish Government through the SIDA basket, we come to seek a more direct Technical Assistance from the Swedish Government.”


LRA Commissioner General Elfrieda Stewart Tamba Taking Ambasador Lena Nordstorm on a partial guided tour of the LRA facilities during the Ambassador’s visit at the LRA early 2016
Mrs Tamba presenting the LRA Case to the Swedish Envoy

Commissioner General then presented an official letter requesting technical support to enable the LRA to achieve its strategic objectives and outcomes, and to establish partnership with the Swedish Revenue Authority.

The Swedish envoy indicated that her government intends to help people living in poverty better their lives because it is part of Human Rights.

The head of Development Cooperation at the Embassy added that Sweden’s support focus on Strengthening Democracy, Gender Equality, and increasing respect for human rights.