The Management of National Transport Authority (NTA) has disclosed that plans are on the way to provide separate transport services to students in uniform, farmers and marketers to help ease some of their financial burdens to remain focused and contribute meaningfully to the development of Liberia The NTA said special busses will be assigned in the traffic to solely benefit the mentioned class of people at a reduced transport fare. Students, farmers and marketers benefitting from these special services will be identified to avoid misrepresentation or impersonation by other individuals.
The Management of the Liberty Investment Inc, producer of Aqualife Mineral Water, has stated that it has no plan whatsoever to produce and sell contaminated water to the public, and termed as “harmless error” foreign particles recently found in a sac of the company's plastic water.
A consortium of businessmen and women are calling on authorities at the Ministry of Finance to do everything possible within their scope of operations to fast track the payment of domestic debts to local and foreign businesses in the country.
Several lawmakers have expressed the danger of the uncontrolled use and spread of small arms and light weapons (SALWs) in the country, committing themselves to work with relevant stakeholders in addressing the problem.
Nimba District #9 Representative R. Matenokay Tingban, has over the weekend led some members of the 53rd National Legislature from the county including Congress for Democratic Change (CDC) Chairman, George Solo to Nimba county for the launch of a 52 kilometers road project in Nimba county.
The National Coordinator of the Anti-Money Laundering/Combating Financing of Terrorist (AML/CFT) Mr. Gabriel W. Bellepea has urged the National Legislature to pass into law between now and April 15, 2013 the Anti Money Laundering Law before it.
The Liberia Senate on Thursday abruptly deferred the planed appearance of the Executive Governor of the Central Bank of Liberia, Dr. J. Mills Jones before the plenary, where he was cited to respond to allegations and to a debate on the floor of the Senate.
District #17 Representative, William Varney Dakel, Sr., has described as stubborn facts the misgivings and unfounded assertions made against him by some persons claiming to be residents of the district.
The office of Lofa Country's Foya District Representative Eugene Fallah Kpakar has angrily reacted to a story published by the Informer Newspaper on the pending midterm senatorial election in the county, but the paper says it stands by the story gathered from a trusted source.
Embattled Montserrado County Representative Edward Forh has confirmed the audio recording involving him and the suspended Montserrado County Superintendent Grace Kpan, which revealed a telephone conversation between both government officials of dividing over US$400,000 of the county's development fund.
The deplorable conditions under which health workers in the country are working is the subject of a petition that the leadership of the National Heal Workers Association (NaHWAL) presented to the House Committees on Health and Social Welfare (MoHSW) last week.