Author Archives: Jackson P. Foyofayiah

“Bring Back Our Money” Campaigners To Carryout Mass Protest Monday

A newly constructed social movement named and styled “Concern Citizens United To Bring Our Money Back or COCUBOMB” has promised to carry out a mass protest in Monrovia and its environs on Monday, September 24, 2018. According to the campaigners, their action is in protest to the recent media discovery of the missing money containers at the Freeport of Monrovia

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Koijee Breaks Silence Over US$250,000 House Purchase Claims

Following widespread speculations that Monrovia City Mayor, Jefferson Tamba Koijee has ‘covertly’ purchased a home in central Monrovia (Sinkor region) for a fee of US$250,000, the Monrovia City Corporation (MCC) boss has rubbish the information. Addressing a news conference on Thursday, September 20, 2018, Mayor Koijee said the speculation has no iota of truth and should not be taken seriously

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“President Weah Is Responsible For Missing Money Containers” Representative Kolubah Asserts

Montserrado County District #10 Representative, Yekeh Y. Kolubah has blamed President George Manneh Weah for the missing of money containers at the Freeport of Monrovia and the Robert’s International Airport (RIA). Speaking to journalists in Monrovia Wednesday, September 19, 2018, Representative Kolubah claimed that the president is in the full knowledge about the missing money containers and is calling on

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“UNDP Remains A Reliable, Transparent And Accountable Partner”- Says Country Director

The Country Director of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) says the Organization is continuously striving to remain a reliable, transparent and accountable partner to the Government and people of Liberia. Dr. Pa Lamin Beyai said these and many other factors have kept UNDP on top of the Aid Transparency index for most of the past five years. He was

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Govt. ‘Lambasted’ – As Money Containers Disappears

With the current trend of corruption allegations being levied against the newly inaugurated Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC) government following just nine months in power, it appears as though Liberians are gradually losing interest in the new administration for its failure to carry out a comprehensive financial audit of the past government. On early Tuesday morning, Liberians home and abroad

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CDC Youth-League Condemns Fahngon Action, Hails Legislature Decision, But…

The youth league of the Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC) has hailed President George M. Weah for allowing the rule of law to prevail following the recent fracas between a member of the Executive Branch of government and the House of Representatives. Recently, the House of Representatives in an effort to act upon a complaint which was submitted by one

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