Senators Morris G. Saytumah and Nyonblee Karnga-Lawrence
A recent letter by three Senators recommending 25 percent pay cut for officials of government has created discontentment in the Upper House to the extent that some of the Senators, including Prince Y. Johnson (Nimba County), walked out of Tuesday’s session.

Confusion that earlier ensued resulted into the fistfight that disrupted the voter registration exercise
Following a reported fistfight at the voter registration (VR) center in electoral district #3 in Gbarpolu County, Western Liberia, the local authorities there have reportedly ordered the center closed.

Sen Chie: “We believe that this audit will enable us to fully understand and appreciate the financial soundness of the Central Bank…”
Grand Kru County Senator Albert Tugbe Chie is requesting the Liberian Senate to order the full audit of the Central Bank of Liberia (CBL).

Former PSU officer Rene T. Juwle discovered bloodied yesterday morning in New Kru Town. He was unable to open his eyes. (Photo: Omari Jackson)
Former Police Support Unit (PSU) officer Rene T. Juwle, 32, was discovered sitting across Nah Video Club in the Borough of New Kru Town, bloody from head to toe. Juwle is unable to explain what happened to him.
Defeated candidates in the just-ended national election conducted by the leadership of the Liberia Marketing Association (LMA) have challenged the results.

Rep. Dunah: “Karnwea keeping the job is tantamount to undermining the UP”, Mr. Karnwea (Middle): “I owe no one any explanation for my political actions.” and Sen. Johnson: “Karnwea is one of those political bats.”
The recent crossover of UP stalwart Harrison S. Karnwea to the Liberty Party (LP) has angered a cross-section of Nimbaians who feel Karnwea’s political decision has threatened the county’s solidarity (unity). Senator Prince Y. Johnson (PYJ) has meanwhile described Karnwea’s cross-carpeting to LP as ‘laughable.’

Senators Morris G. Saytumah and Nyonblee Karnga-Lawrence

Confusion that earlier ensued resulted into the fistfight that disrupted the voter registration exercise

Sen Chie: “We believe that this audit will enable us to fully understand and appreciate the financial soundness of the Central Bank…”

Former PSU officer Rene T. Juwle discovered bloodied yesterday morning in New Kru Town. He was unable to open his eyes. (Photo: Omari Jackson)

Rep. Dunah: “Karnwea keeping the job is tantamount to undermining the UP”, Mr. Karnwea (Middle): “I owe no one any explanation for my political actions.” and Sen. Johnson: “Karnwea is one of those political bats.”

Top News

Sky Insurance Company Hunts for 7 Defendants in US$1.2 Million Theft Case

Lawyers representing Sky Insurance Company, the entity on whose promises seven of the ten former employees of the First International Bank (FIB) were released on bail, is gradually falling into trouble with Criminal Court “C,’ after they failed to produce the defendants before the court last Wednesday.

Business


Madam Tarpeh: “We want to increase Liberia’s chance of being considered when investors are selecting sites for investment in Sub-Saharan Africa.”

The National Investment Commission (NIC) yesterday released the third edition of its official investor’s guide, titled ‘Invest Liberia.’ Invest Liberia was done along with the agriculture sector pr

Sports


Grassfield Athletic Club

Following the draw in their first championship encounter, Gardnersville based Grassfield Athletic Club (GAC) and former 2nd division side Muscat FC yesterday secured wins at the Antoinette Tubman S

LIB Life

Miss Liberia, Wokie Dolo has described online news reports that she was arrested at London’s Heathrow Airport with 2kg of cocaine as barbaric and malicious reports that have no truth in them.

Weird News

A woman living in the Caldwell vicinity has brought to the attention of the media that she has been scammed out of hundreds of dollars by a man claiming to help her to go to the United States.

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