Senators George Weah and Prince Johnson are expected to make a comprehensive report on their activities at the ECOWAS Parliament.
The Senate yesterday voted unanimously to approve a request mandating Senators Prince Y. Johnson and George M. Weah to present a comprehensive report on their recent activities at the ECOWAS Parliament in Abuja, Nigeria.

Members of the Local Project Appraisal Committee, including EPA’s Executive Director Anyaa Vohiri and MFDP Deputy Minister Tanneh Brunson
Local Project Appraisal Committee members attending a one-day appraisal meeting yesterday at a resort in Monrovia agreed that the US$2 million provided by the Global Environment Facility (GEF) must be directed to the ongoing New Kru Town coastal defense project.

Liberia’s Ambassador to Lao PDR, Mr. McKinley Thomas and President of the Lao PDR, His Excellency Mr. Bounnhang Vorachith. in discussion.
Liberia has made yet another friend on the world stage, this time, one that shares similar developmental challenges but has had success in noteworthy areas.

Students Protest in Demand for Return of Absent Teachers
All hell nearly broke loose yesterday on the campus of the William V. S. Tubman High School in Monrovia when the students went on a rampage demanding the reinstatement of several of their teachers absent for the past two weeks. The teachers in question are suspected of being dismissed by MCSS Superintendent, Adolphus Benjamin Jacobs.

(L) Korean businessman Hungchi Cho and ‘Bishop’ Manasseh Conto (R) outside the court.
A hearing that was expected to give ‘Bishop’ Manasseh Conto and his co-defendant ‘Pastor’ Steve Kettor a chance to exonerate themselves from the allegation of stealing US$155,930 did not take place on Wednesday because the ‘religious pair’ have requested the court to recalculate the money.

Senators Morris G. Saytumah and Nyonblee Karnga-Lawrence
A recent letter by three Senators recommending 25 percent pay cut for officials of government has created discontentment in the Upper House to the extent that some of the Senators, including Prince Y. Johnson (Nimba County), walked out of Tuesday’s session.

Senators George Weah and Prince Johnson are expected to make a comprehensive report on their activities at the ECOWAS Parliament.

Members of the Local Project Appraisal Committee, including EPA’s Executive Director Anyaa Vohiri and MFDP Deputy Minister Tanneh Brunson

Liberia’s Ambassador to Lao PDR, Mr. McKinley Thomas and President of the Lao PDR, His Excellency Mr. Bounnhang Vorachith. in discussion.

Students Protest in Demand for Return of Absent Teachers

(L) Korean businessman Hungchi Cho and ‘Bishop’ Manasseh Conto (R) outside the court.

Senators Morris G. Saytumah and Nyonblee Karnga-Lawrence

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Sky Insurance Company Hunts for 7 Defendants in US$1.2 Million Theft Case

Lawyers representing Sky Insurance Company, the entity on whose promises seven of the ten former employees of the First International Bank (FIB) were released on bail, is gradually falling into trouble with Criminal Court “C,’ after they failed to produce the defendants before the court last Wednesday.

Business

At a meeting with stakeholders and the media yesterday at the Liberia Revenue Authority (LRA), the Commissioner General of the Authority, Elfrieda Stewart-Tamba, blamed the depreciation of the Libe

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Striker Clarence Washington(R) and an opposing defender

Former 2nd division side, Muscat FC on Wednesday secured their first victory in the Montserrado 3rd division championship after defeating Paynesville rivals, Paynesville FC 3-1.

LIB Life

Miss Liberia, Wokie Dolo has described online news reports that she was arrested at London’s Heathrow Airport with 2kg of cocaine as barbaric and malicious reports that have no truth in them.

Weird News

A woman living in the Caldwell vicinity has brought to the attention of the media that she has been scammed out of hundreds of dollars by a man claiming to help her to go to the United States.

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