Author: FPA Staff Reporter

Capitol Hill, Monrovia – The plenary of the House of Representatives has summoned top security officials of the Boakai-Koung Administration regarding the unprecedented deployment of the Armed Forces of Liberia (AFL) at Roberts International Airport during the arrival of former President George Weah.

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Bopolu, Gbarpolu County – Gao Feng, alias Barry and commonly known as “the Real Minister,” a Chinese national, along with some of his compatriots and several Liberians, have been indicted by the Special Grand Jurors for Gbarpolu County. FrontPage Africa gathered that this occurred on Thursday, July 11, 2024, for economic sabotage, tax evasion, and criminal conspiracy related to allegedly running a criminal cartel in the Liberian mining sector.

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Columbia, Maryland – Emmanuel Nuku Reeves, Jr. alias “ER” was a very wonderful young man. “Very quiet, didn’t say much. You had to pull teeth to get a word or two out of him, very respectful. ER had a wonderful life,” recalls the Rev. Father Richelieu Reeves, delivering a powerful Eulogy at the South Columbia Baptist Church last Friday, July 12.

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Monrovia – Jane MaCauley, the Director-General of the National Public Health Institute of Liberia (NPHIL), has resigned from her position with immediate effect. In her letter of resignation addressed to President Joseph Boakai, McCauley recounted her achievements under her four-year leadership, including recognition from the Africa Center for Disease Control and a robust COVID-19 response. However, she cited persistent challenges and a hostile working environment as reasons for her departure.

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Yekepa, Nimba County – Since ArcelorMittal Liberia (AML) began operations in Nimba Liberia, the company has faced a series of violent demonstrations and disruptions from local communities, especially affected communities in Nimba County where its mines are located. Brand Bassa County has seen a few of these protests but mostly for a limited period.

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Monrovia – Sources at the Central Bank of Liberia (CBL) have confirmed that SIB Bank is liquid and compliant with all banking regulations in the country. This statement comes in response to a recent local daily report titled, “US$2 Million Given SIB in Limbo?” The source revealed that during the acquisition of the license, the now-defunct First International Bank Liberia Limited (FIBLL) was undergoing liquidation. To prevent damage to the banking industry from a potential collapse, the CBL entered into an arrangement with SIB Liberia Limited, enabling SIB to take on a significant portion of FIBLL’s assets and liabilities. According…

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