The Press Union of Liberia has written Justice Minister Musa Dean to request an open and impartial investigation into allegations made by the CEO and general manager of Sky Communications Inc., T-Max Jlateh.
Esther Walker has been suspended indefinitely as superintendent of Bong over a leaked audio recording that went viral on social media over the weekend.
Roots FM CEO and talk show host Henry Costa announced that the station is now back on air, less than 24 hours after the management launched a GoFundMe campaign to raise US$15,000 for the purchase of new broadcast equipment.
Liberia’s information minister, Eugene Nagbe, has apologized to the Press Union of Liberia for his recent derogatory comments against the journalism umbrella organization.
Following mounting public criticism about the government’s proposed natural resource swap with the China Roads and Bridge Corporation, Eugene Nagbe, Liberia’s information minister, has clarified that Wologisi Mountain in northern Lofa will not be a part of the deal.
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 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 mounting pressure from the local media and public over the apparent disappearance of containers and bags of monies, Eugene Nagbe, Liberia’s information minister, says the government cannot confirm that there is money missing.