The opposition Liberty Party has suspended the membership of Grand Bassa’s Senator Jonathan Kaipay for allegedly violating his oath to uphold the constitution of the country as a senator and violating the constitution of the party, which highlights respect for the rule of law.
The family of the fallen Montserrado representative, Adolph Lawrence, has written the leadership of the House of Representatives to waive their right to a government-sponsored state funeral for the former statesman.
Members of the Liberian Senate are expected to vote today on the impeachment of Associate Justice Kabineh Ja’neh, after lawyers representing the interests of both the embattled justice of the Supreme Court and the House of Representatives ended their final argument into the trial on Thursday.
Liberians in the U.S. covered by the Deferred Enforced Departure immigration status are once again relieved after U.S. President Donald Trump announced a surprise extension of their legal immigration status by one year.
The representative of Bong’s fourth district, Robert Womba, has begun distributing educational materials to students of the district. Schools in the Panta and Zota regions of the district have received donations of notebooks, pencils, and pens from the lawmaker.
President George Weah has ordered the General Auditing Commission to conduct an investigative audit into how the US$25 million approved to be infused into the economy to mop excess Liberians dollars as a means to stabilize US-Liberian dollars exchange rate was expended.
The 67-page Kroll report reveals a series of significant missteps at just about every point in the process, raises serious concerns about the Central Bank of Liberia’s internal record-keeping. So, let’s take a look at some of Kroll’s findings.
Representative Francis Nyumalin of Lofa’s first district in the 54th legislature has denied a claim that he is attempting to rename a legacy project of his predecessor, the late Eugene Fallah Kpaka.