Monthly Archives: June 2018

President Weah Submits ‘Controversial’ Loan Agreement To Legislature

Liberia’s President, George Manneh Weah has submitted a new Pre-Financing Loan Agreement in the tone of US$426 Million to the 54th National Legislation for ratification. According to an Executive Mansion Release, the loan agreement which was entered into between the Government of Liberia and Group EBOMAF will be financed by Euro Bond, redeemable after 15 years with a 5-year grace

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NPA Raps On First 100 Days Progress

The new management of the National Port Authority (NPA) says there has been immense progress made since they were appointed by President George Manneh Weah to run the institution. Speaking on behalf of the management team at a press conference over the weekend, NPA Acting Managing Director, Celia Cuffy Brown said much has been achieved within the last four months

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PUL Calls For Calm Over LBS Employees Protest

The Press Union of Liberia has learned with utmost shock the developing employee’s unrest at the state-owned Liberia Broadcasting System (LBS) being fueled by a seemingly low projection for the entity in the upcoming fiscal budget. Employees of the State Broadcaster have announced the boycott of normal programming at LBS beginning Monday if the entity’s allotment in the draft fiscal

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