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Court Issue Writ Of Arrest On Phillipbert Browne

Mr. Philipbert Browne, Publisher of The Hot Pepper   Lawmakers  accused by a Liberian Journalist,  Mr. Phillipbert Browne of receiving a bribe of US$1.2 Million to authorize the printing of L$10 billion have filed a lawsuit ,   while at the same time, according to him an arrest order has reportedly been put out for him. Speaking to gnn liberia  via mobile phone today, Mr. Browne who did not disclose his location alleged that on Friday evening a sheriff from the Civil Law Court had gone to his Benson Street offices to serve a Writ of Summon/Arrest on him. Speaker further, the Hot Pepper Publisher maintained that he can prove his case ‘110%’, and  beyond all reasonable doubt that the lawmakers were bribed US$2,200,000 to give the…

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President Weah To Preach on Watch Night

It is always good to appreciate the one that poured blessings upon you, it is in fulfillment of this biblical axiom that president George Manneh Weah decided to win souls for Christ by erecting a church building in appreciation of the many blessing God has bequeathed upon he and his family. Recently President  George Weah Announced the official launch of his church edifice on the Robert international airport high way. Weah said it first started with a prayer gathering and now it has   grownup  over the years to be church and  this God believing prayer group  has been in existence  for decades. The strong praying group was formerly organized by his late grand Mother and since the death of  the oldma  he took over the…

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As A Member of PUL I have Right to Criticize

-Nagba told colleague     Information Minister Len Eugene Nagbe has slammed as intolerant  the decision by the Press Union of Liberia to announce the suspension of his membership after he expressed a “critical” view about the workings of the union, even though PUL itself has been championing free speech. Nagbe, an honorary member of the union, is expected to appeal against the decision. “As a member of the union, I have the right to criticize it. And I criticized one time and then your only reaction is to suspend me? Is that the transparency and tolerance you’re talking about?” Min. Nagbe asked. One Christmas Day, Nagbe told a local radio talk show that the Press Union was a “useless” body due to its apparent…

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LPRC Renege on Employees severance Payment?

    axiom  which says “ do onto other as you wish them do onto you surface  at the LPRC as  the Former    Managing Director, of the Liberian Petroleum Refinery company (LPRC) Jackson F. Doe Jr. Recently Opens up sluicegates for other lawsuits as  former deputy managing director for operations,  and others demands severance benefits The breakdown of a deal that could have made the former Managing Director of the Liberia Petroleum Refining Company (LPRC), Jackson F. Doe Jr.  to walk away with US$67,200 as severance pay, has now resulted to Doe a court action for  US$72,800 plus 6% interest lawsuit against the company before the Debt Court, at the Temple of Justice. Doe’s complaint filed on his behalf by the Gongloe and Associates Law…

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Buhari Critized For His Tribute to late President Shagari

.     Nigerian president Muhammadu Buhari’s has  been criticized by many africans  for his shameless  tribute to the late President Shehu Shagari, who passed away on Friday at the age of 93. Buhari,  who refused to  be present  in person sent Representative due  to embarrassment that  the death of the  foiling president have one way of the other being attributed to him. in a statement by his Special Adviser to the President (Media and Publicity), Femi Adesina, had described the death as the departure of a  patriot whose life of service and humility was widely acknowledged.   The President had said, “We are enthralled and regaled with the many years of unequalled patriotism, sacrifices and contributions to national development. More specifically, we celebrate the…

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  WEAH Roads connectivity Intensify  

”     By Sherman C. Seequeh The passion, restlessness and exuberance President George Manneh Weah brings to national development is not only unmatched in Liberia’s leadership history but is paying off quite tangibly and substantively in the last few months of his incumbency. And much of this is particularly expressed in his allotment of resources towards the construction of paved roads and making sure that contractors don’t sleep on their contracts.           Not a single week comes to pass when the President is not in one community or another where the Government has embarked on the construction of tarmac roads. Clearly, as news gatherers and disseminators have seen for themselves during this period, the President’s visits are not intended for a leisure or tourist purpose;…

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  SSF Operation  Halted With Immediate Effect

SSF CEO, Mr. Shawki Fawaz     The Liberian Government has with immediate effect halted the operation of a Lebanese construction company, the SSF or Sekou Sheriff Faiwah, this is a result   following media report that the company operations has posed a danger to residents in the Towel Hill Community on the Monrovia/Robert field highway, Margibi County. According to a press release from the Executive Mansion, the government last Thursday intervened into the matter by organizing a meeting with both parties aimed at finding solution to the matter. During the meeting with the citizens, the County Legislative Caucus and SSF Company, it was agreed that the Company halt its operations until the matter is thoroughly investigated. The Government through the Ministry of Lands, Mines and…

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“You Will Not Regret Having Me As Your President,” Pres. Weah Tells Liberians as he Dedicates Doe Community Road

    Community to Clara Town Road Dedication Ceremony   Monrovia, Liberia: President George Manneh Weah has assured Liberians that they will never regret having him as their president. He said his government will continue to commit the country’s resources towards initiatives beneficial to the country and the people. The President gave the assurance when he dedicated a 2.7-kilometer paved road in Samuel K. Doe Community on the Bushrod Island on Monday, December 24, 2018. The asphalt pavement project is one of several road projects embarked upon by Government consistent with the Pro-Poor Agenda for Prosperity and Development which places emphasis on critical social services to disadvantaged communities and people. President Weah said his vision to put into action great ideas for the development of…

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 Court Grants Onanuga Medical Leave

    Defendant Christopher Hayes Onanuga has been granted medical leave to travel to Nigeria and later to the U.S. between December 14 and January 14. Questions abound whether he will abscond as GT Bank manager did recently There are reportedly growing fears amongst prosecution lawyers about the likelihood of  Christopher Onanuga, one of those accused in the Sable Mining US$950,000 alleged bribery case, who was granted permission to travel to Nigeria for medical purposes that he would jump bail as done by dismissed Guaranty Trust Bank (GT Bank) Liberia, Managing Director Ayodeji Bejide, also a Nigerian national. Bejide, who was granted two weeks’ medical leave by the Monrovia City Court at the Temple of Justice, is yet to return to stand trial for allegedly…

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Findings Of ‘Missing Billions’  prospond to next week

According to information gathered by this news outlet, the committee constituted few months ago by the Liberian leader, President George Manneh Weah following news of the alleged missing sixteen billion Liberian dollars is expected to release its findings early next week, perhaps after the X-Mas. The committee comprised of the Liberia Anti-Corruption Commission (LACC), Liberia National Police (LNP), National Security Agency (NSA) and the Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU) was given the mandate by the Liberian leader to bring to book those linked to the missing monies. The technical committee at the center at the findings should have addressed the media during the Ministry of Information regular press conference on this gone Thursday, December 21, 2018 was rescheduled to another date due to what our source…

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