Author: Gerald C Koinyeneh

Capitol Hill, Monrovia – In an attempt to address the controversy surrounding his administration’s negotiation for ‘yellow machines,’ President Joseph Boakai has found himself facing further criticism. His recent communication to the 55th Legislature regarding the government’s plan to acquire 285 earth-moving equipment to tackle Liberia’s persistent road issues has sparked significant backlash.

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Capitol Hill, Monrovia – As top officials of the Boakai-Koung administration appear before the plenary of the House of Representatives today over the controversial importation of yellow machines, FrontPage Africa has gathered that ruling party lawmakers are lobbying their colleagues to find a compromise with the executive to pave the way for the full procurement of the machines.

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Monrovia – The departure of Boima Kamara, Liberia’s Minister of Finance and Development, appears imminent. As FrontPage Africa delves into the reasons behind Minister Kamara’s exit, more intricacies and shenanigans are being uncovered. While the minister’s health has been cited as the main reason for his departure, sources indicate that his opposition to the controversial yellow machine deal is a one of the main factors in his swift resignation.

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Monrovia – When President Joseph Nyuma Boakai ascended to the presidency in January 2024, Finance and Development Planning Minister Boima S. Kamara was among the first officials appointed. This appointment was greeted with optimism, given that Mr. Kamara had previously served in the same post. However, six months later, that optimism has disappeared amid the minister’s “poor performance,” which has been blamed on his health condition.

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Monrovia – As the ruling Unity Party Government continues to flip-flop on the controversial Yellow Machine deal, multiple sources have confirmed to FrontPageAfrica that it is reportedly maneuvering to create and backdate procurement documents with the Public Procurement and Concessions Commission (PPCC) to address the controversy surrounding the lack of transparency and accountability over the trucks.

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