Graduation uproar  - Sontiamon School, others differ with Government
The Dean of Students of the Sontiamon Christian School System in Sinkor, Monrovia, Mr. Solomon M. Joah Jr. , has expressed disdain over recent pronouncements by the Government of Liberia (GoL) through the Ministry of Education (MoE), prohibiting schools nationwide not to graduate their students until the results of the recent West African Senior Secondary Certificate Exams administered to Liberian students are released.
Five Insurance Companies Placed Under Provisional Administration
The central Bank of Liberia (CBL)has five placed insurance companies under provisional administration.
For Two More Seats In the Legislature: Sen. Sherman Introduces New Bill
The Chamber of the Liberian Senate was charged yesterday with an intense debate over a proposed amendment to the 1986 Constitution of Liberia, to insect changes in Article 45, 46 and 48 of the constitution. Senator Varney G. Sherman of Grand Cape Mount County on May 21, 2018 proposed to the Senate to amend the three above Articles of the Liberian Constitution, but the proposed legislation was read and subsequently forwarded to the Senates Committee on Judiciary, Human Rights, Claims and Petitions.
K- Praise Trills Hundreds  ...As he launches inspirational songs video in Monrovia
Liberian renowned Gospel songs writer and entertainer, George Kaydor,popularly known as K-Praise has officially released a new Music video,titled (Show up for me, Yahweh).

Liberia Female  U20
A twenty-three man Lady Lone Star delegation headed by the Liberia Football Association Communications Director, Henry Flomo left for Nigeria last night to honor the second leg of their FIFA 2016 U-20 World Cup qualifier.
The INSIGHT is delighted over the Presidentís call for a full investigation into all standing contracts between the Ministry of Public Works and all construction companies in the country.
Few development challenges in Africa are as pressing and controversial as land ownership and its persistent gap between rich and poor communities. With a profound demographic shift in Africa from rural areas to the cities where half of all Africans will live by 2050, these gaps will become steadily more pronounced as governments and communities rise to the challenge of growing enough affordable nutritious food for all families to thrive on the continent. In some countries in the region, these gapsóallied as they are with high poverty rates and large-scale unemploymentóhave become sufficiently wide to undermine shared growth and social cohesion.
Minister of Information, Mr. Lewis Browne, has linked the ever-failing fight against corruption to financial insecurity most public officials experience after retirement. Min. Browne told journalists in Monrovia over the weekend that the fight against corruption will never materialize if such financial insecurity is not addressed.