Thomas Doe-Nah Appointed As Head Of LRA

President George Manneh Weah has appointed anti corruption and integrity advocate, Thomas Doe-Nah as the new Commissioner- General of the Liberia Revenue Authority.
The appointment of Mr. Doe-Nah and his Deputy for Technical services, Decontee King-Sackie, was announced through an Executive Mansion release late Tuesday evening. Their appointments are subject to confirmation by the Senate. Read more

GoL MCC Steering Committee Outlines plans to improve country`s score

The Government of Liberia has begun the planning to improve the country`s performance score under the Millennium Challenge Corporation governance indicators.
The MCC requires countries to pass at least 12 of its 20 indicators, including control of corruption, fiscal policy, girls’ primary education completion rate and several other indicators to qualify for MCC development grant. Read more

“Liberian Businesses First”

-Weah Tells Business Community
President George Manneh Weah has again given assurances to Liberian-owned businesses of his government’s unflinching commitment and determination to creating an atmosphere conducive for its growth and development, and to partner with it to realize set goals.
The President made this remark when he spoke on Thursday, August 9, 2018 at the Liberia Business Association’s (LIBA) induction and honoring program held at the Monrovia City Hall. Read more

ETON Deal Not Dead

-Government Clarifies
World Bank’s recent attempt to offer US$500 Million Loan facilities to the Liberian Government to boost road development in the country has generated mixed reactions amongst critics and supporters of the George Manneh Weah regime; this latest debate has infused misinterpretation in the minds of many ordinary Liberians about the fate of two other controversial loan deals, including ETON and EBOMAF which preceded the offer from the World Bank. Read more

LWSC Retires, Honors 15 Employees

By Anthony Selmah
The Management of the Liberia Water and Sewer Corporation (LWSC) has recently retired and honored fifteen of it staffs for long service to the government and the good people of Liberia.
Speaking at the program, which took place at the Fiamah sub-office of the LWSC, the Managing Director of LWSC, Duannah A. Kamara cautioned retirees of the LWSC to feel that they are still part of the institution.
According to him, over the years those employees of the LWSC have been working hard for the government and the Liberian people, noting that the role they have played in serving the people of Liberia should forever be remembered in the history of the country. Read more

LEC Cancels Flat Rate

The Liberia Electricity Corporation (LEC) informs its valued customers and the public that, as of June 1, 2018, the Corporation has ceased to offer and provide Flat Rate and Direct Supply to customers, thus crews of the LEC have been ordered to refrain from placing customers on Flat-Rate and Direct Supply as of the date mentioned above. Read more

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