Corruption-Liberia

The Fleecing of Liberia – Liberia’s Maritime Lobbying in Washington and Weah Begs for a Meeting with Vice President Harris

WASHINGTON – Liberia’s Maritime, along with its shipping registry, LISCR, is spending $45,000 per month on lobbying efforts in Washington,…

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Are Liberian Government Officials Laundering Money Under the Pretext of Foreign Lobbying?

WASHINGTON, DC | In under four years, the Government of Liberia has signed over 15 foreign lobbying contracts in the…

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The Economic Impact of Sanctions Against Liberia’s Minister of State, Nathaniel F. McGill

Carpe Diem, “Seize the Day,” says the U.S. Ambassador to Liberia The U.S. Sanctions on crucial players in President George…

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Kleptocracy: Justice Department Secures Forfeiture of Maryland Property Purchased with $3.5 Million in Alleged Corruption Proceeds Linked to Ex-President of The Gambia

The Department of Justice, pursuant to a court-ordered default judgment and final order of forfeiture entered on May 24, has…

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Liberia’s Road to Asset Recovery: The U.S. Kleptocracy Asset Recover Rewards Program

The United States Congress established the Kleptocracy Asset Recovery Rewards Program to further the U.S. government’s commitment to combating foreign…

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Former Comptroller General of Ecuador Indicted for Alleged Bribery and Money Laundering Scheme – Faces 20 Years in U.S. Prison

U.S. President Biden’s zero tolerance on foreign corruption MIAMI, FL (GA) – On Tuesday, the former Comptroller General of Ecuador…

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Is First Lady Clar Weah a Philanthropist or an Opportunist?

Martin K. N. Kollie Activist and Columnist About 2 weeks ago, First Lady Clar M. Weah toured her privately-owned ‘City…

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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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