While public attention may have been brought to NOCAL insolvency, another agency, the Liberia Telecommunications Authority may be flirting with a similar fate. LTA revenue has reduced due while high spending and advance collection of fees may result in a dry out of the LTA coffers.
“Nobody will lose money; no parent will lose their children tuition. What I want you do now is you and your leadership go and take the children from the street and if you don’t, you are rebelling against me, and if you rebel against me, I can’t do anything to help you” - President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf
Days after the U.S. published its latest Human Rights report on Liberia detailing excesses, President Ellen Johnson has expressed dissatisfaction over the report stating that it was based on local media reports.
June 15, 2015 marks the 70th birth anniversary of Prof. Amos Sawyer, a man who has for over 40 years played a leading role of a scholar, activist, leader, and mediator in Africa’s most troubling and sometimes complicated political crises.
When politics and ignorance collide, the truth usually is the first casualty of the collision. In the case of the repeated wrongheaded assertions by some politicians to malign the good intentions of the Central Bank of Liberia...
Service for the Celebration of Gabriel’s Life and Eucharist of the Resurrection for the peaceful repose of his soul will be said on Saturday, May 16, 2015 at St. Augustine Episcopal Church, Bardnersville Road.