Monthly Archives: November 2018

Former CBL Governor ‘Vindicates’ Legislature In Missing 16 Billion Saga

With the atmosphere still being calm as the foreign investigators probe the infamous missing 16 billion saga, former Central Bank (CBL) Governor, Milton Weeks has revealed that the Legislature was not communicated to following the decision to print an additional ten billion Liberian dollar bank notes which were intended to replace mutilated notes that were in circulation into the country’s

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Koijee Wins Another Prestigious African Award

Monrovia City Mayor Jefferson T. Koijee has for the second time been honored by Africa for his selfless and timeless contribution to youth development and empowerment. Delegates from League of African Development Students (LEADS) arrived in the Country Thursday, November 08, 2018 to present its Africa’s Patriotic Personality Awards to Mayor Koijee. LEADS represents a body of democratic students Unions

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Police Arrest Over Fifty For ‘Vandalizing’ MNG-Gold Facilities

For allegedly vandalizing mining company MNG facility, Police in Bong County have arrested over fifty- two persons including men and women. Speaking to Journalists in Gbarnga after a tour, Kokoyah District Commander Fredrick Neppay said the suspects arrested are not yet being formally charged, but some of them are helping with an ongoing investigation. The Bong County Police Chief said

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ILAB Advances Plan To Build Integrity School For Liberia

For Liberia to succeed in its development efforts, it will require a society entrenched in integrity which leads to ending the menace of corruption. And the Country Director of Accountability Lab Lawrence Yealu said his organization is well advanced in building the country’s first ever integrity school. The school which is expected to begin January next year will begin with

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Coalition Clash: NPP And CDC Battles Over Chairman James Baney Legitimacy

The Governing Council of the Coalition for Democratic Change has called on all contending parties within the leadership of the NPP to return to status quo ante. The Party in a statement Wednesday noted that until the regular convention is convened the following persons are recognized by the Governing Council of the CDC as the legitimate leaders of the NPP.

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