Despite of effort on the part of the Liberia Anti-Corruption Commission (LACC) to publicly drag some officials of the Liberian Government into public disgrace, by linking them to massive corruption and the abuse of power, due the negative image being painted on these officials by the Anti-Corruption Commission, some women groups including the ECOWAS Transport Union membership, mainly women have bestowed honor and praises on Madam Matilda Wokie Parker, one of those being accused by the LACC, describing her as one of Liberia’s best public officials
Last Updated (Saturday, 25 May 2013 13:34)
Liberia's Ambassador to France Mckinley Thomas has praised Liberia's Peace Ambassador George M. Weah for his many valuable contributions to the Liberian peace initiative and to members of the Liberian community in France over the years.
Last Updated (Saturday, 25 May 2013 13:31)
Many of those who spoke to our staff openly expressed disappointment in the manner in which the LACC is conducting its operation, especially bringing to public ridicule those officials that have made it their duties to publicly declare their assets truthfully, although their properties were honestly acquired long before entering government in order to rightfully serve their people and nation.
Last Updated (Saturday, 25 May 2013 13:07)
Shares in Frank Timis’ in African Petroleum, a west African oil and gas company, have fallen 90 per cent over the past 12 months. The wealth of controversial former billionaire Frank Timis has fallen by more than $1 billion and questions have been raised by about why shares are being dumped in the company that made him rich.
Last Updated (Saturday, 25 May 2013 10:29)
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