‘What Happened to U.S.$40 Million Road Maintenance Fund?’

[Observer] The deplorable condition of roads in the southeast of the country has prompted three Senators from the area to write the Senate plenary requesting an explanation on what happened to “a little over US$40 million collected from January to Dece…

[Observer] The deplorable condition of roads in the southeast of the country has prompted three Senators from the area to write the Senate plenary requesting an explanation on what happened to "a little over US$40 million collected from January to December 2016, purposely for the maintenance of the existing roads and construction of new ones."

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Two License Plate Processors in Operation At MoT

[Observer] The Ministry of Transport (MOT) on Monday, January 9, announced the arrival of two license plate processors in the country. This means license plates will no longer be processed abroad as used to be the case.

[Observer] The Ministry of Transport (MOT) on Monday, January 9, announced the arrival of two license plate processors in the country. This means license plates will no longer be processed abroad as used to be the case.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Another Big Collabo

[Observer] Baby Eye, a Liberian born/ US-based hip hop artist, just released ‘Rih Rih’ featuring one of hip hop’s finest rap artists from Atlanta, Lil’ Scrappy. And presently, vines are all over social media showing thousands of people now going, ‘Rih …

[Observer] Baby Eye, a Liberian born/ US-based hip hop artist, just released 'Rih Rih' featuring one of hip hop's finest rap artists from Atlanta, Lil' Scrappy. And presently, vines are all over social media showing thousands of people now going, 'Rih rih rih rih rih rih'... that's what attracted LIB Life's interest.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Two EAC Executives Held in Contempt

[Observer] Judge Yamie Gbeisay yesterday held the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and a senior vice president of Equity Assurance Company in contempt and subsequently jailed them for their repeated refusal to adhere to order.

[Observer] Judge Yamie Gbeisay yesterday held the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and a senior vice president of Equity Assurance Company in contempt and subsequently jailed them for their repeated refusal to adhere to order.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

‘Heavy Fines, Imprisonment’ for Power Theft

[Observer] In an effort to tackle power theft, which has resulted into the loss of millions of United States dollars in potential revenue from the Liberia Electricity Corporation (LEC), President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf has alerted the Legislature that t…

[Observer] In an effort to tackle power theft, which has resulted into the loss of millions of United States dollars in potential revenue from the Liberia Electricity Corporation (LEC), President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf has alerted the Legislature that there "shall be" heavy fines and imprisonment for those convicted of power theft.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

LTA Equips Court With U.S.$130K ICT Equipment

[Observer] As part of plans to develop an electronic case management and information system for the judiciary, the Liberia Telecommunications Authority (LTA) yesterday presented several ICT hardware and software valued at US$130,000 to the Commercial C…

[Observer] As part of plans to develop an electronic case management and information system for the judiciary, the Liberia Telecommunications Authority (LTA) yesterday presented several ICT hardware and software valued at US$130,000 to the Commercial Court at the Temple of Justice.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia