The Inquirer is a leading independent daily newspaper published in Liberia, based in Monrovia. It is privately owned with a "good reputation".
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Politicking, Neither Violence Nor Enmity

ON THURSDAY, 16 March, the University of Liberia (UL) suspended all students’ politics on the campus until further notice. According to the authorities, the suspension comes in the wake of many violent disturbances on the campus.IT ADDED

Critically Periscope The Legislators

The slow pace of sessions at the Legislature is a troubling sign for that august body as the chamber of the House of Representatives was conspicuously empty on Monday, January 16 when the Legislature resumed. Of the 73 members in the

Keep Up The Good Work

IN KEEPING WITH the tradition of this paper, today we are bestowing honors on several individuals and institutions in the country for their worthwhile roles and activities in society during the course of the year under review. The decision

Inquirer Vows To Uphold Wesseh’s Legacy

By Precious D FreemanThe management team of the Inquirer Newspaper has vowed to uphold the legacy of its fallen Managing Editor, Philip Nemene Wesseh, who was on last Friday, October 28, interred at the Brewerville Cemetery in Montserrado

PNW! What A Good Man He Was

The veteran pen pusher on whose shoulders The INQUIRER Newspaper stood tall for three decades is no more. Philip Nemene Wesseh, is indeed a household name in the Liberian media; as he was the GINA, among his peers; the JY to his kids;