In light of the deteriorating perception of corruption in the public sector, a local affiliate of the international group Transparency International has called upon the Liberian government and its international partners to establish a specialized court to try corruption cases in Liberia.
The board of the National Disaster Management Agency has ordered an audit of the agency’s financial records by the General Auditing Commission.
The Ministry of Finance and Development Planning has concluded training in financial reporting for finance officers from approximately 50 government agencies.
The Supreme Court of Liberia has ruled against Vice President Jewel Howard-Taylor’s decision to suspend elected members of the Liberia Marketing Association leadership.
No one doubt that President George Weah is a master dribbler. He has the medals to show for this claim. And in the political realm, master dribbler Weah has also exhibited quite some dribbling skills on the likes of Brumskine, Tubman, and Sirleaf.
President George Weah is expected to announce a new Board of Governors for the Central Bank of Liberia next week, amid several reports noting that the bank lacks proper systems and controls.
Hours ahead of President George Weah’s address to the nation, a communication has leaked to the public showing Justice Minister Musa Dean requesting that the Liberia Anti-Corruption Commission launch a “full-scale investigation” into the findings of the General Auditing Commission’s recent report on the US$25 million mop-up funds.
President George Weah will on Wednesday, May 29 address the nation.