United States Ambassador to Liberia Christian Elder has charged 4th semester students of the young political Leadership School to own, protect and preserve the peace as they ensure greater transparency in the political process of their country.
The National Elections Commission (NEC) has prayed the Supreme Court to dismiss a writ of prohibition for denial filed by representative aspirant Abu Kamara, Assistant Minister for Administration, Ministry of Post and Telecommunications.
As part of efforts to solicit citizen’s views, enhance participation and understanding on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), Agenda 2063 and the formulation of successor development goals for the next administration, the Ministry of Finance and Development Planning (MFDP) conducted a one day stakeholders’ engagement with High School students in Monrovia. Adopted September 2015, the United Nations SDGs are set of 17 goals geared towards ending poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity for all.
Established with a mandate to oversee Liberia’s pension administration, NASSCOPRP collects contributions, pays benefits and invests into institutions for the sustainability of financial solvency as enshrined in 89.63 of both the new NASSCORP Act and Decree 14. Addressing a news conference yesterday Director General VonBallmoos indicated that the Corporation is non-partisan and has no direct or indirect link to any political party in Liberia and will never be a part of any spending that is not fiscally prudent for the survival of the Corporation least to dish out money to a political party.