As hundreds protested in Monrovia over the alleged missing billions of dollars in Liberian banknotes, it was business as usual in Ganta, with no protests in sight.
In the wake of billions of Liberian dollars in banknotes reportedly going missing, several groups of Liberians staged a peaceful protest outside the U.S. Embassy on Monday, September 24 and intensified their campaign to mount pressure on the government.
On a rainy Monday morning, hundreds of Liberians trekked to the U.S. Embassy on Benson Street to protest the allegedly missing billions of dollars in Liberian banknotes.
Amid a planned demonstration on Monday, September 24 outside the U.S. Embassy on Benson Street, the Liberian government has assured all citizens and residents to go about their normal activities on the day of the protest.
The U.S. Embassy in Monrovia has issued a demonstration alert for its citizens residing in the country.
A group known as the Economic Freedom Fighters of Liberia has voiced its disapproval with Pres. George Weahâ€™s decision to reduce the budget of the several ministries and agencies in his recast budget submitted to the legislature.