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2019 Barometer Report Rates Liberian Legislature, National Police, Including Other Government Agencies As Most Corrupt Institutions In Liberia

The Global Corruption Barometer Africa 2019 reveals that more than half of all citizens surveyed in 35 African Countries think that corruption is getting worse in their country with Liberia amongst the least performers. 59 percent of people think their government is doing badly at tackling corruption. Reading the report in Monrovia Thursday, CENTAL Executive Director Anderson Miamen said more

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House of Representatives To Investigate National Payroll

The House of Representatives has mandated its committees on Ways, Means, Finance and Public Account to investigate national government’s payroll and report within one week. The decision followed a communication from Montserrado County Representative Hanson Kiazulu who is requesting a full account of the payroll containing all government ministries and agencies. Representative Kiazulu in his communication called on the plenary

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For Role Played In Community Road Rehabilitation, District #2 Residents Hail Representative Jones

Citizens of electoral district #2 in Margibi County have hailed their District Representative Ivar K. Jones for his role played in the rehabilitation of a community road. The citizens in an interview with our reporter in Cotton Tree recently said the role played by the Lawmaker in the rehabilitation of the road in their community is something they will never

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US$88, 118.07 School Project Abandoned In Margibi County-Citizens Blamed Former Supt. John Z. Buw

The Monrovia Times Newspaper has gathered that a school project worth eighty-eight thousand one hundred and eighteen United States dollars seven cent (US$88,118.07) has been abandoned in Gibi District, Margibi County. The project according to report was awarded to a construction firm named and styled “MOBEL Inc.” by Margibi County former Superintendent John Zubah Buway since 2015, one of the

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For Growing Wave Of Prostitution In Liberia, Gender Minister Williametta Piso Saydee-Tarr And Police Inspector General Patrick Saydue To Appear Before House

The House of Representative will invite Gender Minister Williametta Piso Saydee-Tarr And Police Inspector General Patrick Saydue to answer questions over the growing wave of Prostitution in Liberia. The Lower House’s decision followed a communication from Bong County Representative Moima Briggs-Mensah urging that the two officials appear before plenary to explain causes for the non-enforcement of Chapter 8, sub-session 1-9

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City Governments Of Monrovia And Paynesville Receive Solid Waste Collection Equipment From EU and International Partners

The Monrovia City Corporation has received a huge consignment of solid waste of equipment from the European Union and other International partners The pieces of equipment which include 8 large tipper trucks and 5 skip trucks is part of efforts to improve the sanitation and hygiene condition in the two cities. The waste collection equipment comes in the wake of

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