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Author: Henry Karmo
MONROVIA — The opposition Unity Party has described as an “imminent life-threatening situation” against its standard bearer, Joseph Boakai, from the ruling Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC) by its government operatives following the release of a CCTV footage of Boakai departing the Roberts International Airport early Monday morning.
MONROVIA – The National Elections Commission (NEC) has announced that there is insufficient funding for a possible run-off in the upcoming Presidential and General elections scheduled for October 10, 2023. This shortfall is due to the Ministry of Finance and Development Planning providing $3 million less than the amount required by the NEC.
Bomi County Senator Morris Saytumah has responded to a recent situation in Bomi County where he was booed by people in the crowd at a political rally called by President George Weah, as if it were déjà vu. In his words, he experienced a similar situation when he ran for the position of senator.
MONROVIA – The Liberian Senate Committee on Concession and Investment held a public hearing on Monday to discuss the proposed amendment of the Bea Mountain concession. The concession is set to expire in three years, and the company is seeking an extension of its operations in Liberia.
MONROVIA – Monday, August 28, 2023, marks a significant milestone in the education sector of Liberia as the Ministry of Education, in collaboration with USAID, commenced the implementation of the Education Systems Strengthening Activity (ESSA).
MONROVIA – A non-legally binding Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) has been signed between AIFO-Liberia, Liberia Opportunities Industrialization Center Inc (LOIC), and the National Commission on Disabilities-NCD. The MOU aims to ensure that people with disabilities have opportunities to obtain skills training.
Bomi County – Sources from Bomi County have disclosed to FrontPageAfrica that the recent incident during President George Weah’s campaign visit, where members of the crowd openly voiced their disagreement with his endorsement of incumbent Senator Morris Saytumah, may have involved individuals strategically placed by his political rivals.
MONROVIA – Unity Party standard bearer, Joseph Nyumah-Boakai, has pledged to raise Liberia’s national budget to over one billion United States dollars during his presidency. He intends to achieve this goal through improved tax revenue collection.
MONROVIA – The Unity Party standard bearer Joseph Nyumah Boakai has revealed that he took a stand for peace in 2017 when he decided to concede defeat. He shared that he had received advice from Mr. Benoni Urey, the leader of the All Liberian Party (ALP), to protest against the election results that declared President George Weah the winner.
MONROVIA – The mortal remains of the deceased lawmaker from District #1, Grand Bassa County Representative Hans Barchue, were laid in state on Thursday in the rotunda of the capitol building. This ceremony marked the final tribute bestowed upon him for his dedicated service to his country during his time on Earth.