President George Weah has met for the first time with leaders of the pending June 7 protest in Monrovia.
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.
Lonestar Cell MTN has dismissed claims that it was pressured by the government to terminate its partnership with Roots FM where the telecommunications company hosts the station’s transmission antenna and broadcast transmitter.
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.
Nearly six weeks after Justice Minister Musa Dean recused himself, President George Weah has constituted a committee to investigate the Global Witness oil corruption report.
Justice Minister Musa Dean has recused himself from an investigation commissioned by President George Weah into recent allegations by the U.K.-based corruption watchdog, Global Witness.
Two days after the U.K.-based corruption watchdog, Global Witness released a new report alleging that former government officials benefitted from a tainted oil deal, the government says it is concerned about the allegations.
Pres. George Weah nominates more individuals to serve in various ministries and agencies of the government.