Members of a joint legislative committee are meeting today on the third day of hearing into the draft budget to determine the abilities of government agencies to generate the local revenue component of the over US$532 million proposed for the 2019 fiscal year.
President George Weah has made additional nominations in government affecting the Ministry of Justice.
The Carter Center Mental Health Program completed its latest crisis intervention training for 19 officers, which now means the program has trained 93 total law enforcement officers from the Liberia National Police, the Liberia Immigration Service, and the Bureau of Corrections and Rehabilitation.
The Grand Bassa branch of the Dacan Institute of Professional Driving completed its first training cycle last Wednesday, issuing certificates to more than 30 students in professional driving.
Liberia’s Prime Democracy Advancement Institution under the National Youth Movement for Transparent Election or NAYMOTE has released its fifth Survey report on the quality of governance in the country.
Lemuel E. A. Reeves, the commissioner general of the Liberia Immigration Service, has died following a brief illness.
As the government includes 35 individuals on a travel ban list, a senior staff of the Flomo Theatre Production company has been caught up in a case of mistaken identity as he attempted to fly out of Liberia.
The National Identification Registry is urging all employees and civil servants of government ministries and agencies to register and obtain their biometric ID cards to validate names on the government’s payroll.