A pictorial review of last week’s activities.
The Liberia National Police is investigating James Larmin Kargbo, a 41-year-old Sierra Leonean for attempted theft, money laundering, fraud, impersonation, and other offenses.
The Liberia Senate on its second day sitting of the extraordinary session voted to reject a report on the status of the country’s economy presented by the Technical Economic Management Team of President George Weah.
Civil society organizations have created significant awareness on the use of County and Social Development Funds, drawing significant attention in pushing for the accountability of those funds. However, in the process, they have paid less attention to public funds allocated in other areas.
Rep. Samuel Kogar of Nimba’s fifth district has accused government ministries of violating the Public Financial Management Act.
The House of Representatives passes the 2018/2019 National Budget at US$570 million, sending the bill to the Senate for concurrence.
Former Nimba superintendent, Edith Gongloe-Weh, has welcomed the move by the George Weah administration to negotiate two separate loans for the pavement of roads in the country.
Even as the Liberia Revenue Authority has begun enforcing the new tariffs on imported commodities, the government has still not yet released its analysis of the estimated impact on revenues.