Monthly Archives: October 2018

USA agrees To Act In “Missing Billions” Saga

Full Statement The U.S. Embassy in Liberia, through USAID, has reached out to independent, internationally recognized firms with specialization in forensic investigations to conduct a scoping mission that could ascertain the basic facts of the alleged missing currency matter and determine to what extent a broader mission would be needed. It is the assessment of the U.S. Embassy in Liberia

Read more

Where Is Our Money? – As CONCUBOM Announces Second Protest For October 20th

The quest to investigate and persecute all those that are associated with the missing LD16 billion scandal remains unwavering as some Liberians have threatened to carry out a second peaceful protest in Monrovia on October 20, 2018. The protest action, according to the concern Liberians who are acting under the banner “Concern Citizens United To Bring Our Money Back or

Read more

Gender Ministry Frowns On MFDP Policy On Women Hairstyle

In the wake of reports on the Ministry of Finance and Development Planning recent action to stop women from entering the ministry with colorful hairstyle, the Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection has frowned on the Ministry’s action melted against women terming it as discriminatory. A local daily reported that female employees of the Ministry of Finance were stopped

Read more

Representative Gray Briefs Members of European Parliament On Liberia’s Progress – Emphasizes Nation’s Stability

Liberia’s Head of delegation to the African, Caribbean and Pacific European Union (ACP-EU) Parliament has reiterated before his colleagues in Europe that his country remains peaceful and stable despite challenges faced as a post-war nation. “The Republic of Liberia political situation is stable as expected based on democratic and collective reconciliation factors. In recent times, the government of the Republic

Read more

Special Presidential Investigative Team Rubbished Conflict Of Interest Reports

The Technical Committee of the Special Presidential Investigative Team probing the ongoing saga missing billions of Liberian dollars has rubbished report of conflict of interest on the part of any of its members. The committee, according to a release wants to assure the public that in any situation of conflict of interest on the part of any member, said member

Read more
« Older Entries