The Liberia Music Awards Foundation, which organizes the MTN Liberia Music Awards, has retracted a previous pronouncement that winners of the annual awards would be provided with cash prizes.
As pressure mounts on the government to provide information about the allegedly missing L$16 billion banknotes, Finance Minister Samuel Tweah says Liberians should disregard previous statements and press releases by Information Minister Eugene Nagbe and Justice Minister Musa Dean.
Boakai M. Fofana, the deputy minister for technical services at the Information Ministry, says the media review process recently announced by the government is gradually progressing.
Eugene Fahngon, Liberia’s deputy information minister for public affairs, has responded to criticism from the Press Union of Liberia about the government’s latest move against a number of media organizations. He said the government will take as much time as necessary to clean up the “messy” system at the Ministry of Information.
Eugene Fahngon, Liberia’s deputy information minister for public affairs, says the government has suspended the licenses of eight new media institutions.
Sinkor’s Sajj House Restaurant is in the midst of another controversy, as its workers are accusing the management of unfair labor treatment.
The National Identification Registry is urging all employees and civil servants of government ministries and agencies to register and obtain their biometric ID cards to validate names on the government’s payroll.
The long-delayed reopening of the National Museum of Liberia has now been scheduled for Wednesday, November 29.