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.
After the payment of US$350,000 from Grand Bassa’s County and Social Development Fund by the central government, the county’s Project Management Committee has now started receiving bidding documents from private companies to implements new projects.
House Speaker Bhofal Chambers has constituted a 16-member specialized committee to visit concession companies across the country and determine whether those institutions are abiding by ratified agreements signed between them and the government.
Nimba citizens are alarmed after there were rumors that a letter from Justice Minister Frederick Doe Cherue has mandated the superintendent of Nimba to allow a controversial quantity of scrap belonging to the county be sold by Sethi Brothers Incorporated.
With less than two months to the October 10 polls, the National Elections Commission has named CETIS as the company certified to print all ballot papers.
Nimba County Senator Thomas Grupee has distanced himself from the third consecutive auction of scrap metal in Nimba County.