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  • Liberia: Former Foreign Minister Findley Responds to Accusation of Involvement with Passport Fraud; Says Diplomatic Passports Were Legally Issued
    by Lennart Dodoo on September 25, 2020 at 6:55 am

    MONROVIA – Until the United States government denied Mr. Andrew Wonplo, Liberia’s former Passport Director, his wife, and children entry into the United States early September, the Liberian public did not know how deep a syndicate the passport fraud he was alleged of committing was. Now, Wonplo, claiming to have been left in the cold The post Liberia: Former Foreign Minister Findley Responds to Accusation of Involvement with Passport Fraud; Says Diplomatic Passports Were Legally Issued appeared first on FrontPageAfrica.

  • An ‘Enabling Environment’Will Draw Investors To Liberia
    by Editorial Board on September 25, 2020 at 6:48 am

    IN A CONVERSATION with Gulf New last November, Liberian President George Manneh Weah proclaimed that Liberia was opened for business. “Liberia is open for business and we are creating the right environment that makes it seamless for investors to get a head-start,” the President declared. ACCORDING TO THE PRESIDENT, his administration has in recent reduced The post An ‘Enabling Environment’Will Draw Investors To Liberia appeared first on FrontPageAfrica.

  • Liberia: Monrovia City Mayor Jefferson Koijee Wants Judge Explain Release of Alleged Notorious Armed Robber from Prison; Says He’s Often Falsely Linked
    by Lennart Dodoo on September 25, 2020 at 6:45 am

    MONROVIA – The Mayor of Monrovia, Jefferson Koijee, has written the Chief Justice seeking his intervention to compel former Judge of Criminal Court “D”, Sikajipo A. Wollor to provide clarity to the public through the press as to how the alleged armed robber, Mr. Kesselle Mulbah was released from the Monrovia Central Prison. The Mayor’s The post Liberia: Monrovia City Mayor Jefferson Koijee Wants Judge Explain Release of Alleged Notorious Armed Robber from Prison; Says He’s Often Falsely Linked appeared first on FrontPageAfrica.

  • Liberia: House of Representatives Re-summons CBL over Increase of Mutilated Banknotes Despite Printing of L$4 Billion New Banknotes
    by Gerald C. Koinyeneh on September 25, 2020 at 6:38 am

    Capitol Hill, Monrovia – The House of Representatives has reconsidered its decision and summoned top management of the Central Bank of Liberia to appear before its full plenary to address the current flow of mutilated banknotes on the Liberian market despite infusing L$4 billion banknotes of newly printed banknotes. In its special sitting in December The post Liberia: House of Representatives Re-summons CBL over Increase of Mutilated Banknotes Despite Printing of L$4 Billion New Banknotes appeared first on FrontPageAfrica.

  • Liberia: Lack of Adequate Testing Equipment Creating Constraints for Issuance of COVID-19 Travel Certificate In Time
    by Willie N. Tokpah on September 25, 2020 at 6:33 am

    Monrovia – The Acting Director of the National Public Health Institute on Liberia, Dr. Patrick Kpanyen has blamed the lack of adequate testing material for delay in processing COVID-19 certificates for up to three days. Speaking in a FrontPageAfrica live interview Wednesday, Dr. Kpanyen said there are limited laboratory materials to bring out testing results The post Liberia: Lack of Adequate Testing Equipment Creating Constraints for Issuance of COVID-19 Travel Certificate In Time appeared first on FrontPageAfrica.

  • Liberia: 18 Women, 100 Men Will Vie for 15 Senate Seats in Midterm Elections
    by Henry Karmo on September 25, 2020 at 6:27 am

    Monrovia – A total of one hundred eighteen (118) constants will vie for 15 seats in the pending December 8, 2020 Senatorial Midterm elections on December 8, 2020. Out of that number, 18 women will contest in 12 of the 15 counties. Prominent amongst the 18 women are Senator Nyonblee Karnga-Lawrence of the Collaborating Political The post Liberia: 18 Women, 100 Men Will Vie for 15 Senate Seats in Midterm Elections appeared first on FrontPageAfrica.


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