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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2022 Census To Begin Oct. 24, But…

By Bill W. CooperThe House Representatives has concurred with the Liberian Sensate for the holding of the 2022 National Population and Housing Census across Liberia.The Representatives agreed with the Senators for the conduct of the census

House Plans For Boundaries Demarcation

The House of Representatives has mandated the Land Authority to work along with Internal Affairs and Traditional Council to submit a Comprehensive report on all land cases across the Country, progress made and financial implications to

Court Summons Yekeh’s Assailants

By Grace Q. Bryant The Monrovia City Court has summoned Matenneh Fofana and eight others for allegedly manhandling Representative Yekeh Kolubah on the grounds of the Capital Building.Representative Kolubah prayed for a Writ of Arrest

Senate Summons LEC Authority

By Alex Yomah The Liberian Senate has agreed to summon the authority of the Liberia Electricity Corporation (LEC) to respond to inquiries from the August body.As part of the decision, the management of LEC is expected to appear before