Monthly Archives: September 2018

“No Missing Container” – Former CBL Governor Milton Weeks Clarify Issues Relating to the “Missing” Billions.

Former Central Bank of Liberia Governor Milton Weeks on Thursday broke silence over the News that 16 billion Liberian dollars went missing between the Freeport of Monrovia and the Central Bank of Liberia. Mr. Week in an interview obtained by The Monrovia Times said he saw the need to make a statement owing to the fact that there were many

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“Bring Back Our Money” Campaigners To Carryout Mass Protest Monday

A newly constructed social movement named and styled “Concern Citizens United To Bring Our Money Back or COCUBOMB” has promised to carry out a mass protest in Monrovia and its environs on Monday, September 24, 2018. According to the campaigners, their action is in protest to the recent media discovery of the missing money containers at the Freeport of Monrovia

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National Civil Society Council of Liberia Terms As Serious And Grave The Missing L$16Billion Revelations

The National Civil Society Council of Liberia has termed as serious and grave unfolding revelations about the sixteen billion Liberian dollars that reportedly got missing in a container in Liberia. The group in a press release disclosed that the revolutions undermines the fight for transparency, accountability and the rule of law and have the potential to undermine the integrity and

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Veteran Liberian Journalist Philibert Brown Expresses Fear Of Losing His Life

One of the men of who broke the news over the disappearance of 16-billion Liberian dollars from the country has expressed fear for his life over the continuous call by unknown individuals threatening to destroy him and his family. His comment comes in the wake of calls from Liberians on the government to produce the missing billions of Liberian dollars.

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Koijee Breaks Silence Over US$250,000 House Purchase Claims

Following widespread speculations that Monrovia City Mayor, Jefferson Tamba Koijee has ‘covertly’ purchased a home in central Monrovia (Sinkor region) for a fee of US$250,000, the Monrovia City Corporation (MCC) boss has rubbish the information. Addressing a news conference on Thursday, September 20, 2018, Mayor Koijee said the speculation has no iota of truth and should not be taken seriously

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“War Lord Prince Johnson, Others Should Be Brought To Justice”-Says FIND National Program Director

The National Program Director of the Foundation for International Dignity (FIND) Aaron G.V. Juakollie says Nimba County Senator Prince Johnson and others who committed crimes against humanity should be brought to justice. Mr. Juakollie said that it will only be done when the war crimes court is established to ensure justice. He said it is good that those who supported

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