After being evicted by property owners for failing to pay the office’s rent, Mboo Statutory District’s officials have received a reprieve after former House Speaker Emmanuel Nuquay covered the payment.
Several past and present lawmakers have filed a US$2 million lawsuit against Philipbert Browne, the owner, and publisher of the Hot Pepper newspaper.
When Liberian politician Jeremiah Koung was campaigning for a seat in parliament in 2011 elections, he promised better health care for his constituents through a private hospital run by a foundation named after his mother and daughter.
The anti-corruption group, Global Witness, has issued a statement condemning Pres. George Weah’s decision to appoint Gabriel Nyenkan as head of secretariat of the Liberia Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative.
Margibians are reacting to President George Weah’s appointment of former House Speaker James Emmanuel Nuquay as head of the Liberia Civil Aviation Authority.
Former Speaker James Emmanuel Nuquay has resurfaced in government as the director general of the Liberia Civil Aviation Authority.
President George Weah has made more new appointments, affecting several government ministries and agencies.
With over 23 of the 34 chairpersons of committees at the House of Representatives named so far, no lawmaker from Margibi has been appointed to chair a committee.