A Bush Chicken investigation has established that despite several boosts to the during the Sirleaf administration, the incoming administration inherited an agency with only 17 functional buses, down from 55.
Several traditional leaders gathered on Wednesday, June 6 unanimously signed and endorsed a resolution in support of the government’s Pro-Poor Agenda.
Augustus J. Flomo, deputy minister for economic management at the Ministry of Finance and Development Planning, says the Coalition for Democratic Change government needs US$6 billion to achieve its Pro-Poor Agenda in the next five to six years.
About 200 traditional leaders from the 15 counties will meet in Ganta on Monday, June 4 for a three-day national meeting about the government’s development agenda.
Gregory Coleman, chairman of the Bureau of National Concessions, has said that the Sime Darby Oil Plantation is in compliance with the recommendations of the House of Representatives.
Tolbert Nyenswah, director general of the National Public Health Institute of Liberia, says Liberia has reported 73 suspected cases of Lassa fever, with 13 confirmed.
Rep. Yekeh Kolubah of Montserrado’s eighth district says he will pursue a writ of prohibition at the Supreme Court in the course of the week to halt the pending by-elections slated for Montserrado and Bong.
House of Representatives endorses a special presidential committee’s findings on a Global Witness report linking several former and current government officials of bribery into the sale of oil block LB13.