‘President Weah Means Well For Our Country’

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-Says HR Director At Ministry Of State; Urges Students To Venture Into Science The Assistant Chief of Staff for Human Resource and Employee Relations at the Ministry of State has spoken of the need for Liberians to give President George Weah a chance because he has the vision and determination […]

Brain-Drain?

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-As Weah Seeks ‘Skilled Individuals’ By T. Saye Goinleh Liberians and other nationals are now insinuating that the decision by President George Manneh Weah to nominate a sitting lawmaker to the Supreme Court’s bench and supporting a Representative to contest the Montserrado and Bong Counties Senatorial By-elections seem like the […]

Senate Shields VP Taylor?

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By Jackson C. Clay, Jr. It seems that the Liberian Senate is trying to shield Vice President Jewel Howard Taylor over allegation of collecting double benefits and salaries from the Liberian Government. The Liberian Senate in a statement issued Friday, August 10, 2018 by its Press and Public Affairs department […]

US$97k NTA Terminal Abandon

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-In Grand Bassa County By Alexander Musa, Jr. As it is necessary to consult direct beneficiaries before implementing a project in a particular location, a well-furnished National Transit Authority (NTA) Bus Terminal constructed by Dougbor Group Incorporated has been abandoned by citizens in Buchanan, Grand Bassa County saying the location […]

Justice Ja’neh Impeachment Gets Tough

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-Chambers, Gray, Fallah Drag To Court, On Writ Of Prohibition By R. Joyclyn Wea The impeachment proceedings of Associate Justice Kabineh Ja’neh seem to be getting tougher by the day as some members of the 54th National Legislature have been dragged to the Supreme Court on a writ of prohibition […]

Warlords In Worry?

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– Call For The Establishment Of War Crimes Court Intensifies By Reuben Sei Waylaun ‘Warlords’ in the country seem to be under pressure as calls for the establishment of war and economic crimes court intensify at home and abroad. The old Liberian adage that “Ninety-Nine days for rogues one day […]

‘No Money, But More By-Elections’

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-Liberians React To Weah Nomination Sen. Joseph N. Nagbe To Replace Retired Justice Philip Banks By Reuben Sei Waylaun Following the nomination of Sinoe County Senator, Cllr. Joseph N. Nagbe as the next Associate Justice to replace retired Justice Philip A. Z. Banks on the Supreme Court bench, Liberians are […]

Eton Loan On Course

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-Gov’t Clarifies Reports By Jackson C. Clay, Jr. The government of Liberia through the Ministry of Finance and Development Planning (MFDP) has clarified that the loan agreement with Eton Financing PTE is still on course contrary to reports in the public. Addressing journalists Thursday following a brief meeting with a […]

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