The mayor of Unification City in Margibi, Samuel Berrien, has revealed the establishment of sister-city relations with two prominent cities in the United States. The sisterly ties with the cities of Waterloo, Iowa and Isanti, Minnesota, come following separate engagements between the mayor and his U.S. counterparts.
The new Central Bank of Liberia’s executive governor-designate, Aloysius Tarlue, told senators on Thursday, Dec. 5 that he will work to restore public trust in the banking sector in the aftermath of a series of scandals involving the bank.
The George Weah-led government may be unable to pay civil servants for the Christmas holiday season, as Senate President Pro Tempore Albert Chie suggested that the government would be unable to stabilize salary payments until February 2020.
The representative of Bong’s sixth district, Moima Briggs-Mensah, recently completed and turned over a newly constructed bridge to the community of Garney in Bong.
At the Ministries of Public Works and National Defense, employees have been advised to expect an additional 8.4 percent reduction beginning with their unpaid September salary.
This past weekend, partisans of the Liberty Party joined together with residents of Grand Bassa to stage a night of candlelight vigil commemorating the death of the political institution’s founder and revered son of the county, Charles Walker Brumskine.
The Supreme Court justice-in-chambers, Judge Yusif Kaba, has cited the judge of Criminal Court A, Roosevelt Willie, to a special Dec. 4 conference regarding his role in the controversial trial involving the Roots FM radio station, which is operated by the firebrand talk show host and leading government critic, Henry P. Costa.
A source within the Liberty Party has confirmed to The Bush Chicken that the party’s former standard-bearer, Charles Walker Brumskine, died from complications related to prostate cancer.