President George Weah has made 29 new appointments in government. The appointments according to the executive mansion take effect as of Friday, when the names of the newly appointed officials were released.
A special committee appointed by House Speaker Bhofal Chambers to probe the 13-year-old ongoing Executive Mansion renovation project has said it cannot identify several contractors associated with the project.
The Ministry of Labor is currently investigating officials at the Liberia Electricity Corporation for alleged dismissal of its communications manager, James Kpargoi.
President George Weah has signed the Domestic Violence Act into law. The president did so on August 14, 2019.
The French government has announced a plan to begin issuing Schengen visas in Liberia by the end of September 2019.
President George Weah has accepted the resignation letter of Elias Shoniyin, the former deputy minister of foreign affairs.
After the Liberian Senate voted on Friday to impeach Associate Justice Kabineh Ja’neh from the Supreme Court bench, President George Weah has appointed his replacement, Judge Yussif Kaba.
With only three Liberian staff currently working at the African Union, the continental body has stressed the need for qualified Liberians to apply for positions at the commission and its organs.