Agric Power Africa, a nongovernmental organization, has launched a five-year agriculture project to invest US$10 billion in Liberia.
The International Justice Group has called on President Weah and Ellen Jonson Sirleaf to provide an explanation about the supposed disappearance of L$16 billion in banknotes.
Nimbaians have praised the government’s decision to invite officials from the United States FBI to aid in the ongoing investigation of the missing banknotes.
Following the establishment of a team to investigate the whereabouts of the missing L$16 billion in newly printed banknotes, the Liberia Anti-Corruption Commission has expressed dissatisfaction over its exemption.
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.
The government of Liberia recently reported that it is investigating the mysterious disappearance of L$16 billion newly printed bank notes that were reportedly brought to the country between last November and March this year. But records have shown that the Legislature did not approve the printing of the amount, as required by the constitution.
The government of Liberia has extended an invitation to the National Civil Society Organization and other institutions to form part of the team investigating the whereabouts of the reported L$16 billion of newly printed bank notes.
In the wake of the mysterious disappearance of L$16 billion from the Freeport of Monrovia and Roberts International Airport, two members of the House of Representatives have called on their colleagues to convene an extraordinary session to probe into the matter.