-Big Names Roll for Investigation
Liberians across the country are puzzled over news that a colossal amount of sixteen billion Liberian dollars contained in containers at the Freeport of Monrovia, for the Central Bank of Liberia (CBL) is the talk of the town around Monrovia.
According to reliable sources, the money was printed abroad to be infused into the Liberian economy to help bring down the continued devaluation of the Liberian dollar, ordered by the previous government of ex-President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf. Read more
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-Big Names Roll for Investigation
The Director General of the Liberia Extractive Industries Transparency Initiatives (LEITI), Hon. Gabriel Nyenkan has clarifies erroneous reports circulating over Liberia’s suspension from the Germany based parent body, the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiatives, (EITI).
He added that that the action to suspend Liberia until the report for 2016 is published was taken on September 4, 2016 and he took over as head of LEITI in March 2018, which clearly shows that failure to publish the report for which Liberia was suspended should be shifted to the past government of ex-President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf as we took over in 2018. Read more
-To Implement the Land Rights Law
The Executive Director of the Liberia Land Authority (LLA) Mr. Stanley Toe has appealed to the government of Liberia and the donor community to render support to the authority to facilitate the implementation of Liberia’s land rights law. Read more
-After a Successful Workers Elections
The Firestone Agricultural Workers Union of Liberia (FAWUL), Ad-hoc Elections Commission has officially submitted its report to the Ministry of Labour.
The commission was constituted recently by a Special Presidential Committee comprised of the Ministries of Labour, Justice and Liberia National Police (LNP) working alongside with stakeholders to conduct a Union Workplace Representation Elections in Firestone, in an effort to resolve constant conflicts between the Management and workers of the company. Read more
-To Nigeria’s Less Privileged, Talented Kids
Members of the African Diplomatic Group in the Federal Republic of Nigeria have identified with a group of less privileged children at the Abuja Tennis Club.
A release from the group says the heads of African diplomatic missions in the Federal Capital donated sports equipment to some poor but talented children who live in the vicinity of the Abuja National Stadium on Saturday, September 15, 2018. Read more
-Margibi County Health Administrator Urges
The Margibi County Health Services Administrator is urging the Government of Liberia, through the Ministry of Health, to ensure that it supplies the C.H Rennie Memorial Hospital in Kakata, and other government referral hospitals in the country with the requisite drugs and services.
Speaking to the press after he and other health personnel were inducted into office he and others as part of the Margibi Health Management Team, the Margibi County Health Services Administrator added that this will help to curtail the many challenges faced by citizens seeking medication at the hospitals. Read more
-Outline Problems Facing them
By Nyeanean Singbeh
Students of Lower Bong County including Fuamah, Sannoh and Salala Districts have outlined several challenges that are confronting them in the educational sector.
The students outlined the challenges through their various council presidents representing several high schools in the districts during a meeting held on September 15, 2018 at the E. J. Yancy Multilateral High School in Totota. Read more