Monthly Archives: October 2018

Missing Billions Investigation in LIMBO?

The state of the investigation into the alleged missing billions has not been revealed to the public over the period since the investigative team was set up. Since the news broke over the missing 16billion in mid-September 2018, Pres. George Weah constituted an investigative committee including the Ministry of Justice, National Security Agency, Forensic Investigation Unit among others. Later, faith-based,

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US$22.1 Million Needed To Implement Road Safety Measures In Liberia

The issue of adhering to Road Safety Measures still remains a major challenge in Liberia as the frequency of motor accidents across the country remains all-time high. A 2015 WHO population statistics shortlisted Liberia as one of the countries in the world that record more traffic deaths, with 34.7 fatalities per 100,000 of the country’s population. But as part of

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The Speaker of Liberia National Children Representative Nominated for International Children’s Peace Prize in South Africa

The Speaker Liberia National Children Representative Forum Jutomue Doetein has been nominated for the November 20, International Children’s Peace Prize award in South Africa. Speaker Jutomue Doetein was nominated recently by the Youth Coalition for Education (YOCEL) and his name forwarded to kids Rights International. Kids Rights International organize this event every year to recognize the effort of a child

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Former Information Minister Dr. Lawrence Bropleh Frown On CBL For Obstructing Ongoing Investigation

Former Information Minister Dr. Lawrence Bropleh has described the CBL statement as an obstruction to the ongoing investigation about the alleged disappearance of 15-billion Liberian dollars. On Tuesday, the Central Bank of Liberia through its Governor Nathaniel Patray rubbished news of missing money from the country thereby calling on the government to uplift travel restriction on those linked. Governor Patray

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Disable Community Plight Highlighted As NLA Executives Calls For Increase Budgetary Support

The newly appointed Deputy Director For Operations at the National Lottery Authority Neved P. Kortu has stressed the need for improvement and budgetary support to the Disabled Community in Liberia. Mr. Kortu said the National Lottery Authority through its Social Welfare Department will endeavor to make major interventions in the Disabled community across the country, especially in areas of needs.

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