The National Elections Commission has extended the period for the replacement of lost and damaged voters’ registration cards by two days after the government offered to take responsibility for a controversial US$5 fee.
The Ministry of Finance says it is pushing to ensure that the implementation of the Pro-Poor Agenda for Prosperity and Development is decentralized.
A former secretary general of the National Civil Society Council’s branch in Grand Bassa is calling on the county’s legislative council to launch a protest to demand that the government pay Grand Bassa its share of social development funds.
The president of the William V. S. Tubman University, Elliot Wreh-Wilson, has announced that a lack of funds flowing to the university has led to a decrease in professors at the nation’s second-largest public university.
After touring Grand Bassa’s five districts to explain his accomplishments over the past two years, Grand Bassa’s Senator Jonathan Kaipay has submitted his legislative report to his constituents.
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.