The Armed Forces of Liberia has found that one of its soldiers, Sieh Collins, failed to uphold the military’s regulations after he made a controversial Facebook post.
As construction is said to have begun on the proposed military hospital, Information Minister Eugene Nagbe has provided more details on the project, although his account differs from those previously provided by other senior government officials.
Liberia’s comptroller general is refusing to provide any information on the disbursement of US$200,000 appropriated for a feasibility study to be conducted on Liberia’s first military hospital.
As the government prepares to begin construction of the military hospital proposed by Pres. George Weah, investigation by The Bush Chicken reveals that the government has released little information about a US$200,000 feasibility study for the facility.
Residing in one of the 94 housing units at the 72nd Military Barracks in Paynesville is Jaemama B. Doblah, along with her ten nieces, three sisters, and two brothers. Doblah and her aging mother, who barely walks, left Nimba for Monrovia in 2007 after the demise of her father and settled at the 72nd Military Barracks in search of a better life.
The Liberia Coast Guard has seized two foreign vessels after accusing its sailors of illegally treading on the country’s territorial waters without any prior notice.
On the evening of August 7, Liberians began to hear rumors of “strange men” with guns in Bomi, in a scene reminiscent of the start of the various iterations of Liberia’s civil war.