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.
George Kailando, the CEO of Super Communications Incorporated, has promised a reward of US$5,000 for anyone who will provide information leading to the arrest of perpetrators of the killing of his late employee.
Global Witness, an international anti-corruption organization, has condemned the recent arrest of Frontpage Africa staff and the newspaper’s subsequent closure.
Weah announced plans to focus his administration’s international policies on “Economic Diplomacy,” and has taken his boldest step by joining other African countries in signing a landmark agreement that seeks to promote intra-African trade.
A group known as the Economic Freedom Fighters of Liberia has voiced its disapproval with Pres. George Weah’s decision to reduce the budget of the several ministries and agencies in his recast budget submitted to the legislature.
While commemorating the national Ebola burial site on Disco Hill, Rep. Tibelrosa Tarponweh of Margibi’s first district described the country’s health sector in the aftermath of the Ebola outbreak as ‘messy.’
D. Dorr Cooper, the superintendent designate of Nimba, has finally broken his silence about recent statements made by Sen. Prince Johnson that he would withdraw his support for Cooper’s confirmation.
Pres. George Weah has appointed 25 local government officials in River Cess, appointing a new superintendent after previously appointing Ruth Sawmadal to the position.