Monthly Archives: October 2018

Missing Billions Investigative Team Breaks Silence – Backs CBL’s Recent Statement

“I have no interposed to the what the CBL did, that’s their right and they did it right, I just hope they had done it long time ago we wouldn’t be here if they had done it a little earlier”, Charles J.L Gibson, Commissioner for Investigation and Enforcement, Liberia Anti-Corruption Commission and chair of the Technical Presidential Investigative Team (PIT).

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SUP Slams CBL Statement Over Million Billions – Reemphasizing an International Independent Investigation

The Vanguard Student Unification Party (SUP) of the University of Liberia has categorically termed recent statement issued from the Central Bank of Liberia (CBL) over the missing billions as irrationally abominable and inherently flawed. SUP is a vanguard political student group which speaks in the interest of the masses and has existed over several decades. CBL stated recently in a

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In L$16billion Saga, Former Bong Lawmaker George Mulbah Scapegoat Ex- President Sirleaf

Amid the hullabaloo over the disappearance of the L$16billon in the Country, former Representative of Electoral District #3 in Bong County has accused the administration of former President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf of being the prime suspect to the alleged mission money. “Former President Sirleaf is a major nuisance to this country, she needs to answer more questions to the missing

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Leela Group of Farmers CEO Vows To Battle Rice Importation In Liberia

The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Leela Group of Farmer’s (LGOF) and Commissioner of Tokpablee District, Bong County says Liberia is experiencing a huge importation of rice because the government is not providing support to encourage farmers. “Liberians consumed millions of metric tons of rice every year, with a significant portion of its consumption sourced from imports; so the

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“Liberia Will Not Be Worst Under My Regime” -Weah Vows

Continually pressed about his dream, his heart, and his willpower to change the living conditions of citizens, Liberia’s 24th President is not mincing words in assuring the public that during his administration, he would settle down for nothing less than the transformation and improvement of the living standard of his countrymen. As if he was targeting naysayers who are preaching

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