The Inquirer is a leading independent daily newspaper published in Liberia, based in Monrovia. It is privately owned with a "good reputation".

Rice Price Climbs, But…

By Grace Q. BryantThe Ministry of Commerce and Industry has announced a sharp increment in the price of rice, the country’s staple food.Minister Amin Modad, making the disclosure at MICAT’s press briefing yesterday, explained that the

LSEZA Holds Brand Development Retreat

By Grace Q. BryantThe Liberia Special Economic Zones Authority (LSEZA) Tuesday, began a two-day retreat to design its brand and communication strategies as the Authority moves into an operational stage.The event, held in Congo Town,

Labor Uniforms Inspectors

The Ministry of Labor has officially uniformed its Labor Inspectors, awaiting deployment on the field.The intent is to dignify them and curtail the growing wave of illegal activities by unscrupulous individuals purporting to be Labor

‘Suspend FIA Boss’ -CENTAL

By Laurina B Lormia(Cub-Reporter)The Center for Transparency and Accountability in Liberia (CENTAL) is calling on President Joseph Boakai to suspend, with immediate effect, the Director General of the Financial Intelligence Agency (FIA),