Corruption-Liberia

Liberia leads in ‘Conflict of Interest’ Saga in Africa: the case of the health minister

MONROVIA, Liberia – Around the world and especially in advanced democracies and developed nations, governments established and abide by criminal…

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How Sirleaf fought economic sabotage, and Weah is not.

MONROVIA, Liberia – When former Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf assumed office in 2006 after taking over from then-interim President…

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UNMIL paid US $34.5 million dollars to lease Pan Africa Plaza Building to ghost owners in 12 years

MONROVIA, Liberia – Cash strapped Liberia struggles to identify ghost beneficiaries of the estimated US$34.5 million dollars siphoned from lease…

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Economic Paralysis vs. Resignation Wahala – Is CDC Cracking?

By Martin K. N. Kollie Youth and Student Activist, martinkerkula1989@yahoo.com Neatly dressed in his white pro-poor gown, President George M. Weah…

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Weah, Koijee Risk Prosecution by the International Criminal Court for Election Violence

Washington (Globe Afrique) – Liberia is slowly inching towards state-sponsored terrorism and violence against its citizens. Fatou Bensouda, the Chief…

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Liberia’s finance minister, others likely to face U.S. money laundering charges by FBI

NEW YORK, USA––As Liberia’s economic crisis worsens and budget shortfall looms, the country’s finance minister, Samuel Tweah and others are…

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