Monthly Archives: August 2018

Liberian Businesses First on Government’s Agenda” – President Weah Tells Liberian Business Community

Monrovia, Liberia: 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, as well as partnering with it to realize set goals.   President Weah acknowledged the strategic significance of the private sector to the government for holistic economic transformation, and indicated

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Firestone Wahala, Employees Stage Protest In Demand Of US$8.36 Cents

Several aggrieved employees of Firestone Liberia on Wednesday, August 8, 2018 staged a protest in demand of eight dollars thirty-six cents they claimed the Company owed them each of them. The one day protest saw the aggrieved workers blocking roads with logs (Firestone Rubber Trees) they fell with axes and cutlasses preventing cars from entering and leaving the plantation. Even

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Supreme Court Place Stay Order On Justice Ja’neh Impeachment

The Supreme Court has issued a Stay Order on the impeachment proceedings of Associate Justice Kabineh Ja‘neh at the House of Representatives. It can be recalled recently two lawmakers of the ruling Coalition for Democratic Change filed a bill of impeachment against Associate Justice Kabineh Ja’neh. Representative Accarous Gray of Electoral District 8 and Honorable Thomas Fallah of District 5,

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