Monthly Archives: September 2018

Senate Seeks Supreme Court Help In Impeaching Public Officials

The debate to impeach Associate Justice Kabineh Ja’neh has entered into its second day at the Liberian Senate with many senators terming the recent decision of the House of Representatives as being “marred with Legislative flaws” and has called on the Supreme Court to advise on how the legislature can come up with a bill of impeachment against public officials.

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Nimbaians Apportion Over US$3.6M For County Development

Citizens of Nimba County have made several budgetary allotments for full implementation of multiple development and peace-building projects across the county. The funding would also enable the county to carry out the rehabilitation of roads and other infrastructures. The Nimba County Sitting (assembly), held in Sanniquillie, from Friday, August 31 to Sunday, September 2nd, 2018, was attended by an array

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Musa Shannon Pulls Out of LFA Presidential Race

Former LFA Vice President for Administration Musa Shannon has withdrawn from this Saturday’s LFA Presidential election. Mr. Shannon according to a communication said he was pulling out of the LFA Presidential race for what he calls for the good of the game. He said in his communication to the LFA Elections Committee that he was withdrawing his candidacy to give

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Court of Arbitration To Rule Against Rochell?

Credible report reaching The Monrovia Times says the Court of Arbitration for Sports (CAS) will shortly rule in the case involving former LFA Executive Committee member Rochell Woodson and the Liberia Football Association (LFA). According to the report, CAS has gotten all of the communications and responses it needed while it entertained argument in the case. Madam Rochell Woodson, one

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Lawmaker Worries Over Limited Liberian Dollar Disbursement To Commercial Banks

Nimba County District # 6 Representative, Dorwohn Twain Gleekia has expressed disappointment over the continuous limited disbursement of Liberian Dollars to commercial banks by the Central Bank of Liberia (CBL). In a communication addressed to House Speaker Bhofal Chambers and read during the House of Representatives Tuesday, September 4, 2018 session, Representative Gleekia said commercial banks across the country are

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97% WASSCE Questions Found In National Curriculum

Findings from a follow-up study by Open Liberia say 97% of questions in the 2018 West Africa Secondary School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) were in covered from the Ministry of Education’s national curriculum for senior secondary schools in Liberia, contrary to what the civil society group reported in July. On 5 July, Open Liberia released preliminary findings from its field study

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Political Witch Hunt?

Reports reaching The Monrovia Times says the Compliance Manager position at the Liberia Petroleum Refinery Company (LPRC) has been rendered nonessential to the entity. The position which was headed by Amos Tweh, an executive of former governing Unity Party has been declared redundant for the first time since the establishment of the institution. The Compliance Manager position which is said

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