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(MONROVIA, LIBERIA – Friday, February 5, 2016) President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has held separate meetings with the managements of Arcelor Mittal-Liberia and Firestone-Liberia.
According to an Executive Mansion release, the Liberian leader and the two management teams discussed means of mitigating the impact of the current global meltdown in the prices of both natural rubber and iron ore on the global market. They two delegations met with President Sirleaf at her temporary Foreign Ministry office on Friday, February 5, 2016. Read more...
Presidential Candidate Addresses Perception Held by many that the American Government will not work with a Urey Presidency, Dissects the Sirleaf government, Inputs on Turning Prince Johnson Over to an International Court if Asked, Plus More… “The first thing I have made it categorically clear: My immediate family have no space in government, no jobs for them, they are not going to work in government, no child of mine will be in government, no brother, no sister of mine will be in government. That is totally unacceptable and I want to set the standards. Read more...
By Taiyee N. Quenneh, PhD
A mosquito-borne virus has re-emerged and is explosively spreading in the Americas (South America, North America, and the Caribbean). Brazil is the epicenter. There are few cases detected in the United States in people returning from the outbreak areas. Unlike the Ebola virus that has visible and noticeable symptoms, the Zika virus rarely exhibits symptoms. Only one in five persons who are infected will show symptoms, according to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The fact that the virus exhibits no symptoms in most infected people poses a greater public health danger. Like the onset of Ebola, where Liberia was caught unprepared, there are now sufficient global warnings from both the CDC and WHO for Liberia to initiate adequate public health preparation and response to the Zika pandemic. Read more...
Eerie Similarities in the Mysterious Deaths of Harry Greaves and Cllr. Michael Allison
“The chickens, it would seem, are coming home to roost and with what vengeance!” Harry Greaves wrote in the June 23, 2015 edition of his weekly column, Let’s Lecture.
Published every Wednesday in the Daily Observer, Greaves’ column took the Sirleaf administration to task on a number of issues ranging from the country’s electricity problem to its dual currency regime, to the citizenship issue. But particularly poignant were his exposés regarding the dealings of National Oil Company of Liberia (NOCAL). The below quote was taken from a piece on NOCAL’s bankruptcy.
“Overall, NOCAL is now spending $25 million of your and my money every year, mostly on itself,” Greaves wrote. How does a company which is not producing any product (because we have not yet discovered oil) spend that kind of money?” he asked.
He admitted that he had been writing NOCAL, requesting copies of its budget and other information relevant to how it spends its money.” Read more...
(MONROVIA, LIBERIA – Wednesday, February 3, 2016) President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has welcome the proposal of Orange, through its subsidiary Orange Côte d’Ivoire, in acquiring 100 percent the Cellcom - Liberia subsidiary.
“We want to see this investment. We want to see you expand telecommunication services to our population and interconnectivity to our neighboring countries as well as the world,” she stressed, adding that her government encourages this partnership and investment which is good for Liberia. Read more...
More details surrounding the last activities of former Liberian Petroleum Refining Company or LPRC Managing Director Mr. Harry Greaves are beginning to emerge as investigators dig in, three days after he was discovered lying dead on a beach behind the Executive Mansion Ground.
Mr. Greaves had left his house on Thursday January 28, 2016 after he had finally agreed to sign a protracted two years divorce paper filed by his widow Precious Andrews Greaves to find a temporary shelter to move in. He did not returned for his belongings, family sources say.
On Friday afternoon at about 2:30 PM, Mr. Greaves entered the RLJ Kendeja Resort Hotel, with a bag hanging on his back, as he instructed his driver to wait for him in the hotel's parking lot. As he was entering the hotel, unknown of his whereabouts and activities, his wife, Mrs. Greaves had called on his family members to come and collect his (Mr. Greaves) things from their Airfield residence, constructed by the father of Precious Andrews Greaves-G. Henry Andrews, a former Information Minister and Chairman of the Elections Commission that brought jailed ex-President Charles Taylor to power. Read more...
A team of pathologists from the University of Nebraska Medical Center (UNMC) in the United States is expected to arrive in the country on Friday, February 5 to conduct the official examination on the cause of death of former LPRC Managing Director Harry Greaves, Jr.
A highly placed source at the Ministry of Justice yesterday informed the Daily Observer that the earlier agreement with the Nigerian pathologist, Professor John Obafunwa, as originally announced by Attorney General Benedict Sannoh, was shelved due to President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf’s decision to bring in “experts from either the United Kingdom or United States.” Read more...
Liberia Plays A Double Standard When It Comes To Taxes, Collecting Without Fulfilling Obligations To Citizens, Vendors Is Tantamount To 419 And Outright Unfair
DURING HER Annual Message last week, Liberian President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf looking to shore up alternative to declining donor support to Liberia and the downward withdrawal of various concessionaires, causing strains in the operations of the government, prevail on Liberians to become aware of their tax obligations. Read more...