Monthly Archives: November 2018

“No Money Is Missing” Deputy CBL Governor For Operations Tells House Of Representative

Amid claims and counter-claims surrounding the alleged missing billions, Deputy Central Bank of Liberia Charles Sirleaf has emphatically said that no money is missing as it is being stated in several quarters of the country. Among pertinent issues of national concerns raising eyebrows in the country has been the missing money; Pres. George Weah in keeping with the constitution of

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IREDD & UN Women Concludes Two Days Promoting Women Rights And Access To Justice Workshop In Bong

The Institute for Research and Democratic Development -IREDD in collaboration with UN Women has concluded a two days workshop on promoting women rights and access to justice in Gbarnga, Bong County. IREDD is a research and policy advocacy organization that works with grassroots organizations and partners at the local and sub-national level. IREDD partnerships are geared towards creating linkages between

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In Connection With Hon. Yekeh Kolubah And Journalist Philibert Brown Statement Over Missing Billions House Plenary Snubs Rep. Goshua ‘Motion For Reconsideration’

Today the House of Representatives Plenary took a decision to deny Rep. Thomas A. Goshua ‘Motion for Reconsideration’ amid the lower house last week decided to invite the Journalist Philibert Brown over statement accusing sitting lawmakers of bribery into the missing money and Hon., Yekeh Kolubah for a statement against Pres. Weah. Last Week’s decision was prompted by a communication

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NHA Boss Challenges Government Officials To Leave Positive Legacies

The Managing Director of the National Housing Authority (NHA), Duannah Siryon, says the development of Liberia will be possible if every official of government seeks to leave a positive legacy at the institution they serve. He was speaking at the end of a nine-day workshop organized by NHA and Habitat for Humanity with support from Slum Dwellers International, Water Aid,

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