Liberia’s IMO Rep Reacts to Min. Findley -Says Findley’s Comments are Misleading, Shortsighted and Disrespectful

Isaac Jackson, former Deputy Information Minister of Liberia, appointed by former President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf as the country’s representative to the International Monetary Organization (IMO) at the dying days of the erstwhile regime, has been battling his status since the advent of the George Weah administration which had replaced him since 2018. He has since […]

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Warning To Saboteurs In Rice Business -Commerce Ministry Says No Rice Shortage

Despite efforts by Government and its partners to stabilize the nation, particularly the economy, amid the unprecedented health crisis that has nearly paralyzed the world, unscrupulous individuals are still bent on mischief, orchestrating instability tactics to aggravate the population. Recently, these elements of mischief threw in the public space rumors about the shortage of rice […]

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GoL Payroll Cleaning Campaign Heats Up -All Hands on Deck to Drive Out Ghost Names

The appellation “ghost” heaped on the phenomenon where inactive or nonexistent employees of the public service remain pinned almost perpetually to Government payroll has been justifying itself. The campaign to grab and jerk “ghost” names from Government payroll has proven elusive for so long, perhaps because “ghost”, by nature, is a ghost—unseen. But it seems […]

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