Monthly Archives: May 2018

FrontPage Africa Is Not Facts… Liberian President Dispelled Private Jet Rumors

Liberia’s President George Manneh Weah has dispelled rumors that he recently purchased a plane for thirty million United States dollars. Speaking to a cross-section of employees from the Ministry Of State For Presidential Affairs, the President said the rumors of buying a plane is causing problem in the Liberian community. “The airplane issue is causing problem. We don’t have a

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Lawmaker Advocates For ‘Torture’ Victim

Amid the recommendations of the House of Representatives for the Malayan Oil Company, Sime Darby, to live up to its corporate social responsibilities to the people of Bomi and Grand Cape Mount Counties, Montserrado County District # 13 Representative, Saah H. Joseph, has given the company a 24 hour ultimatum to provide expert medical treatment for one of their contractors

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Sime Darby Bows To Legislative Pressure …Vows To Uphold Recommendations

Following almost a month of legislative probing of Same Darby Management over an alleged ‘torturing video,’ the Management of Sime Darby Liberia has vowed to uphold recommendations made by the House of Representatives after it was slap with a contempt charge by that body. Appearing before the House’s plenary on Tuesday, May 22, 2018, the Sime Darby Management rendered an

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Man, 18, Gets 15-Years Jail Sentence In Margibi

The murderer of a commercial bus driver identified as Abu Sesay in Kakata Margibi County has finally been sentenced for 15-years by the 13th Judiciary Circuit Court in Kakata Margibi County. Eighteen (18) years-old Mohammed S. Kanneh according to report got his jail sentence on Tuesday, May 22, 2018, after admitting in open Court that he murdered the bus driver.

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NHA Warns Residents Against Extension Works to all Estates Units

The Management of the National Housing Authority (NHA) has with immediate effect placed a stay order on all extension and construction works in the form of alteration/ modification at the various housing estates under the direct mandate and supervision. The call for said stop order exercise came in the wake of numerous complaints from residents of these housing estates as

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“Liberia Has Lost A Great Son” -Pres. Weah Regrets Famous Lawyer Death

President George Weah on Monday said he “is deeply saddened by the sudden death of Counselor David A.B. Jallah,” former Dean of the Louis Arthur Grimes School of Law at the state-owned University of Liberia. Cllr. Jallah, one of Liberia’s prominent lawyers for decades, died Monday at the Redemption Hospital on the Bushrod Island in Monrovia after fallen out at

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