Economic Management Team Mops out over LRD $239 Million in Excess Liquidity

-President Weah’s Mandate in Full-swing
In keeping with the President’s mandate to infuse USD $25 million into the economy to mop out excess Liberian dollars on the market, we are excited to announce to the public that the exercise has begun and is in full-swing. Within two days of the President’s mandate, the Economic Management Team have been able to mop out over $239 Million Liberian dollars in excess liquidity out of the market. Read more

Blaming 53rd National Legislature

-For Depreciating Liberian Dollar
Some people, including Liberians, have begun shifting blames on members of the outgoing 53rd National Legislature for having approved through a bill the printing of new bank notes during the era of President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf as the possible cause of the continuing rise and depreciation of the Liberian dollar on the exchange rate with the U.S dollar. Read more

LD$9,500 For WASSCE Re-Sitters

The Monrovia office of the West African Examination Council (WAEC) has started the registration exercise for Private Candidates who sat and failed the 2018 West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE).
Recently, WAEC announced that that of the 33,979 candidates that sat the WASSCE exams, only 11,544 candidates, representing 33.85% made a successful pass, while 21,580 candidates representing 65.15% failed the exams.
In brief chat with journalists recently, WAECE boss, Dale G. Gbotoe, said the registration process started July 6, 2018 and will end on August 6, 2018. Read more

MCC Graduates 50 New Officers

To change negative public perceptions on the professional outputs of officers of the Monrovia City Police, a professionally trained, well equipped, and community minded officers will be required. And so, the Monrovia City Cooperation (MCC) through the National Police Training Academy has completed the training of fifty (50) members of the second basic recruit class. Read more

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