The government of Liberia recently reported that it is investigating the mysterious disappearance of L$16 billion newly printed bank notes that were reportedly brought to the country between last November and March this year. But records have shown that the Legislature did not approve the printing of the amount, as required by the constitution.
Silas Siakor, the long-time environmental activist and now a candidate for Bong’s fifth electoral district, has vowed a radical change in the way County Development Funds are disbursed if he is elected.
During its 56th plenary sitting on Tuesday, August 22, 39 out of the 73 members of the House of Representatives voted to abandon the resolution for a bill of impeachment against the justices.
The Supreme Court of Liberia has placed a stay order on ongoing proceedings by members of the legislature to impeach three justices of the court.
Representative George Mulbah, chairperson of Bong County Legislative Caucus, has reversed an earlier statement that the county had not received a dime from ArcelorMittal for its social development fund for more than two years.
The executive officer of the 23rd Infantry Brigade at Camp Schieffelin, Captain Francis Gbodi, has apologized to citizens of Wainsue for what he said was brutality meted against them by members of the Armed Forces of Liberia on Saturday.
Citizens of Kayata in Suakoko District’s Kporquelleh Clan lined the main entrance of their town, singing, clapping, and dancing to celebrate the rehabilitation of their road.
East International Group Incorporated has resumed the pavement of streets in Gbarnga after a five-month break on the project.