Author Archives: The Monrovia Times

“Henry Costa Over Will Not Be Turn Over To Liberian Government” Says Sierra Leone’s Information Minister.

Speaking to BBC Focus On Africa, Sierra Leonean Information Mohamed Swaray said Henry Costa will not be turned over to the Liberian government. The Minister said Mr.Costa is enjoying all of his privileges as contained in several human rights protocols and that Sierra Leone as a soverenign democracy will not take dictation from any government. Mr. Costa was prevented from

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Vice President Jewel Howard-Taylor Opens Up Against Weah Government

Liberia’s Vice President Jewel Howard-Taylor has finally opened up against the Weah-led government. Vice President Howard-Taylor in a letter to Senate Protemp Albert Chie said she is yet to receive financial allotments stipulated in her 2018-2019 and 2019-2020 budgets. The Vice President complained about the lack of budgetary support to her office, something she said is hampering the smooth operations

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Breaking News: Henry Costa Arrested In Sierra Leone

Reports reaching The Monrovia Times Confirms that controversial talk show host Henry Costa has been arrested in Freetown, Sierra Leone and is being extradited to Liberia. The Ministry of information when contacted said it would not comment on an ongoing investigation but did not confirm nor deny the arrest of Mr. Costa. Sources within the Sierra Leonean government who spoke

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For Failure To Renew Operational License: Gov’t Shutdown Root FM – As Henry Costa Supporters Stone Another Radio Station

By Lincoln Barcon One of Liberia’s famous radio stations, Roots FM owned and operated by Talk-Show Host Henry P. Costa has been shut-down by the Monrovia City Court; as several radio equipment were retrieved from the station. The Monrovia City Court yesterday in its writ cited that the radio station is in violation of various regulations of the Liberia Telecommunication

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The Senate has overwhelmingly approved three constitutional propositions, including dual citizenship, reduction of the tenures of the President, Vice President and the date for the holding of elections in the country. The three constitutional propositions are in accordance with Article 91 of the 1986 Constitution and have been sent to the House of Representatives for concurrence. Article 91: “This Constitution

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