Monthly Archives: August 2018

LFA Investigates Three Senior Employees For Corruption Following A Leak Audio

Reports emanating from the headquarters of the Liberia Football Association says three senior staffers are been investigated over a leaked audio recording in which they revealed that the financial system at the football house is been ruined due to several corrupt practices. In the leaked audio recording, the trio, Jallah Corvah, LFA Treasurer, James Payne, Accountant, and Account Officer Joseph

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For Reconciliation Sake, Don’t Impeach Justice Ja’neh – Religious Clerics Pleads With 54th Legislature.

Two Prominent Religious figures in Liberia have called on the 54th Liberian Legislature to abandon their impeachment proceeding against Justice Kabineh Ja’neh in the spirit of genuine reconciliation for the country. Imam Ali Krayee and Rev. Emmanuel Nimely believe if Liberia will move forward there is a need for Liberians to put aside their differences in the supreme interest of

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Youth Group Embarks On Self Help Initiatives In Margibi-Calls For Support

In an effort to give the City of Kakata and its environs a facelift, a youth group under the banner “Sanitation Engineering Organization” has embarked on a self-help initiative in Margibi County. The Chief Executive Officer of the Organization, Rev. Nehemiah Johnson said his group is basically involved in sanitation activities and Christian counseling. He narrated that the Organization is

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Royal Air Maroc Clarifies – Says Minister Spoke Without Authentication

Moroccan National Airlines Royal Air Maroc has reacted sharply to a viral video of Liberia’s Deputy Information Minister for Press and Public Affairs Eugene Fahngon, In which he was seen engaging airlines official on the ill-treatment of Liberian nationals traveling with the airline. In the video, Fahngon is heard saying “There are courts in Liberia and if you can’t pay

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