Monthly Archives: September 2018

GOL Launches Investigation In The Disappearance Of LD$9 Billion Dollars

The Ministry of Justice has launched an investigation surrounding the disappearance of a container and bags full of money from the free port of Monrovia. A release from the Justice Ministry also confirmed the formulation of a Special Presidential Investigative Team. The team according to a Justice Ministry release issued in Monrovia Monday comprises the Liberia National Police, National Security

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“The Legislature Is No Longer Branded A Brown-Envelope Body” – Speaker Chambers Asserts

House Speaker, Bhofal Chambers has pay homage to members of the House of Representatives for successfully completing the first session of the body and working tirelessly to rebrand the institution. Addressing a news conference minutes after the official closing ceremony of the House of Representatives, Speaker Chambers said, nowadays the House of Representatives is no longer consider a place where

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Nasser Youth Initiative Ends Road Safety Awareness workshop With 70 Motorcyclists In Bong

The Nasser Youth Initiative has concluded a day-long intensive Safety Awareness training workshop with about Seventy Motorcyclists in Gbarnga and its environ. The gathering which took place at the Gbarnga Multiple Women Center in the county brought together new and old motorcyclists. Speaking an exclusive interview with Reporters over the weekend at the end of the workshop the Nasser Youth

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“Prince Johnson Kill My Father”Decease Son Petitioned Legislature To Probe Senator

The son of the late Joseph S. Kanneh, a former Assistant Minister of State for Logistics, has petitioned the Legislature to question Senator Prince Y. Johnson as to where the Nimba Lawmaker deposited the body of his father after he was murder on September 9, 1990. In a three- page petitioned document presented to the House of Representatives recently, Joseph

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Margibi Lawmaker Wants Unemployment Policy Developed

A Lawmaker of Margibi County has expressed the need for the establishment of what he called an unemployment policy for would-be redundant workers in Liberia. Senator Oscar A. Cooper said this will enable employees of the different entities to earn some money after they shall have been redundant by their employers. According to him, this will also avoid would-be redundant

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