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What's trending within the CDC, Right Now

  • CDC Reacts to "Global Witness" Revelations of Bribery and Corruption in the Liberian Government

    ?The Congress for Democratic Change (CDC) is shocked, but not surprised, about the contents of the Global Witness Report released last week. The damaging allegations contained in this report once again point to the long standing view that the Unity Party Government is rampantly corrupt and does not care about the common people. These destructive revelations require an independent, non-partisan, and comprehensive investigation because...

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  • Ambassador George Weah to officially declare his intention to contest for the Liberian presidency

    On April 28th 2016 the headquarters of the Congress for Democratic Change will be the venue of yet another historic event. Ambassador George Manneh Weah is expected to officially announce his intention to contest for the presidency of Liberia and the CDC standardbearer. The occasion is expected to graced by CDCians from all walks of life, other members of opposition parties, well-wishers of the CDC and a host of Liberian media personnel.

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  • CDC's Political Leader Weah On State Failure - Blames Liberia's Woes On Leaders Lacking Passion

    "Since 1847, Liberia has never had a shortage of well-schooled, educated, and knowledgeable men and women to lead this country. The problem has been the lack leaders with passion for development and progress." Those were words of CDC Political Leader George Weah when he spoke in Ganta, Nimba County, at ceremonies marking 10th Anniversary of the Party. Senator Weah maintains that the lack..

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Latest News from Liberia

  • Liberian Senate To Probe Several Concession Agreements

    The Liberian Senate on Thursday, April 14, 2016 mandated its committees on Judiciary, Concession and Investment to investigate concession agreements in Liberia...More

    U.S. Chides Liberia: Corruption & Violence Against Women

    The U.S. Department of State has slammed Liberia over various human rights abuses including corruption, deficiencies in governance and violence against women...More

    Legislature Summons Education Minister Over Outsourcing Plan

    The Plenary of the House of Representatives has summoned the Minister of Education to appear before that body next Tuesday, April 26, 2016 to give reasons on issues...More

  • Startling Revelation: JFK Hospital Suffers Confidence Crisis

    Built by the Americans, the John F. Kennedy Hospital in Monrovia has struggled to improve its image since the end of the Liberian civil war in 2003...More

    Ebola Resurfaces: 30- Year-Old Woman Dies, Source Sought

    FrontPageAfrica has reliably learnt that the deadly Ebola virus outbreak has resurfaced in the country months after Liberia was declared free of the outbreak...More

    Neyor: Oil Magnet Used Political Contact To Evade Debts

    When lawyers representing Christopher Neyor, President and Chief Executive officer of Morweh Energy Group, a Liberian owned corporate entity filed a lawsuit...More