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  • Liberia: Millions of Possible Government Revenue Held Up Due to Pres. Weah’s Failure to Reconstitute the Board of Tax Appeals
    by Lennart Dodoo on 12.08.2020 at 08:42

    MONROVIA – Millions of United States dollars and Liberian dollars could be earned by the government as revenue but President George Weah’s refusal to appoint Board of Tax Appeals is barring the government of earning said revenue should they win accumulating appeals before the Board. Report by Lennart Dodoo, ldodoo@frontpageafricaonline.com The Board of Tax Appeals, The post Liberia: Millions of Possible Government Revenue Held Up Due to Pres. Weah’s Failure to Reconstitute the Board of Tax Appeals appeared first on FrontPageAfrica.

  • New British Ambassador to Liberia Presents Letters of Credence to Pres. Weah
    by FPA Staff Reporter on 12.08.2020 at 08:36

    MONROVIA – The newly appointed British Ambassador to Liberia, Mr. Neil Bradley has presented his letters of credence to President George Weah, committing the British Government’s support to Liberia’s Pro-Poor Agenda. He recalled that Liberia and Great Britain have had lasting friendship since 1848 when the UK was the first country to recognize Liberia as The post New British Ambassador to Liberia Presents Letters of Credence to Pres. Weah appeared first on FrontPageAfrica.

  • Liberia: “I was like a lone fish in a sea of sharks” – Paynesville City Mayor Explains Alleged Attack on Her by National Fire Service Agents
    by Henry Karmo on 12.08.2020 at 08:30

    PAYNESVILLE – Violence erupted between personnel of the National Fire Service and those of the Paynesville City Corporation (PCC) when the mayor of the City of Paynesville attempted to effect a stop order to prevent the Fire Service from going ahead with the construction of a building in the premises of the PCC. In an The post Liberia: “I was like a lone fish in a sea of sharks” – Paynesville City Mayor Explains Alleged Attack on Her by National Fire Service Agents appeared first on FrontPageAfrica.

  • Liberia: 18-Year-Old Laments Ordeal after Her Family Was Dubbed US$930 to Get Her on A Fake Scholarship Abroad
    by Obediah Johnson on 12.08.2020 at 08:17

    Monrovia – In October 2019, Kardiatu Toe left Liberia for neighboring Ivory Coast, searching for greener pasture — better education and job opportunities. Her aging parents struggled to raise US$930 to fund her trip. After numerous attempts to raise the fund, her parents still could not generate the needed amount. So, they were compelled to The post Liberia: 18-Year-Old Laments Ordeal after Her Family Was Dubbed US$930 to Get Her on A Fake Scholarship Abroad appeared first on FrontPageAfrica.

  • Liberia: House Passes Bill Increasing LIBTELCO’s Operations, Sends to Senate for Concurrence
    by Gerald C. Koinyeneh on 12.08.2020 at 08:09

    Capitol Hill, Monrovia – The Plenary of the House of Representatives on Tuesday passed a bill expanding the functions of the Liberia Telecommunications Corporations (LIBTELCO). Report by Gerald C. Koinyeneh, gerald.koinyeneh@frontpageafricaonline.com The bill, introduced by Rep. Isaac Blalu Roland (District #3, Maryland County) who is Chairman of the House Committee on Post and Telecommunication, seeks The post Liberia: House Passes Bill Increasing LIBTELCO’s Operations, Sends to Senate for Concurrence appeared first on FrontPageAfrica.

  • Liberia: Ex-President Sirleaf Urges Government to Use Stimulus Package for the Needy
    by Willie N. Tokpah on 12.08.2020 at 07:59

    Monrovia – Former President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has urged state actors to use properly the stimulus support that has been provided by channeling resources for productive endeavors and for those really in need. “We must care for the most vulnerable amongst us and look to use available resources as prudently as we possibly can,” she The post Liberia: Ex-President Sirleaf Urges Government to Use Stimulus Package for the Needy appeared first on FrontPageAfrica.


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