Urey: “I am preparing myself to fight tooth and nail… if it requires me to spend everything that I have, down to my precious life, to ensure that the UP… receive massive defeat at the poll next year.”
All Liberian Party (ALP) political leader Benoni Urey says he has always been a fighter in the cause of improving the lives of the ordinary masses. And in the spirit of this cause, Urey says, he is launching a presidential bid to eventually rescue Liberians from their current precarious living conditions perpetuated by the current regime.

Senators Jewel Howard Taylor, Oscar Cooper, and Varney G. Sherman
Fourteen Senators yesterday issued a position paper in which they signed to officially transact Legislative business with the ‘constitutionally elected Speaker of the House of Representatives, J. Alex Tyler.’

The late Mamadee Diakite will be fondly remembered for his famous statement on the radio: ‘Our Motherland, Liberia, is getting better!’
Mamadee Diakite, one of Liberia’s leading talk-show hosts, has died. The late Diakite, who passed away at 4 a.m. Tuesday, had reportedly succumbed to hypertension (or pressure as it is termed by ordinary Liberians). He died at the Seventh Day Adventist-owned S. D. Cooper Hospital on 12th Street in Sinkor, Monrovia. He was 42.

Mr. Urey
The political leader of the All Liberia Party (ALP), Benoni Urey, yesterday described the indictment of House Speaker Alex Tyler as “selective justice.”

The nine incumbent representatives: (L-R from the top) Garrison Yealue; Samuel Woleh; Ricks Toweh and Worlea Dunah
The field for the race for Nimba County’s nine representative seats is expected to be congested as the 2017 parliamentary polls draw closer. As of yesterday, 100 people have expressed interest to enter the race.

Some of the aggrieved Senators: Jewel Howard-Taylor, Dan Morias, Oscar Cooper and Alphonso Gaye
It is now apparent that the coup d’état that started in the House of Representatives to remove Speaker Alex Tyler is now threatening the leadership of the Senate as over 14 Senators under the banner of “Aggrieved Senators” are lobbying to remove Senate President, Pro Tempore Armah Z.

Urey: “I am preparing myself to fight tooth and nail… if it requires me to spend everything that I have, down to my precious life, to ensure that the UP… receive massive defeat at the poll next year.”

Senators Jewel Howard Taylor, Oscar Cooper, and Varney G. Sherman

The late Mamadee Diakite will be fondly remembered for his famous statement on the radio: ‘Our Motherland, Liberia, is getting better!’

Mr. Urey

The nine incumbent representatives: (L-R from the top) Garrison Yealue; Samuel Woleh; Ricks Toweh and Worlea Dunah

Some of the aggrieved Senators: Jewel Howard-Taylor, Dan Morias, Oscar Cooper and Alphonso Gaye

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Sky Insurance Company Hunts for 7 Defendants in US$1.2 Million Theft Case

Lawyers representing Sky Insurance Company, the entity on whose promises seven of the ten former employees of the First International Bank (FIB) were released on bail, is gradually falling into trouble with Criminal Court “C,’ after they failed to produce the defendants before the court last Wednesday.

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President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has issued Executive Order No. 80; effectively as of August 25, 2016 extending Executive Order No. 70 on the suspension of tariff on rice.

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Interstate 210 in Monrovia, California with San Gabriel Mountains. Summit in upper right is Mount Bliss, (approx. 3240 feet AMSL). This summit is in the San Gabriel Mountains inside Angeles National Forest and right is Mr. Urey yesterday.

Saying he did not want to dignify the claim that his company does not have the right to use the name Lone Star, the chairman of the board of directors of Lonestar Cell MTN Benoni Urey, has clarifie

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Tito Gee

Growing up in a drug infested community with a single parent where drug dealers were the only role models Tito Gee had to fight hard, in the most difficult way, to become the person he is today.

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A woman living in the Caldwell vicinity has brought to the attention of the media that she has been scammed out of hundreds of dollars by a man claiming to help her to go to the United States.

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