The Vice President Joseph N. Boakai has called on GVL to offer more opportunities to qualified Liberians instead of continually hiring expatriates.
He said there are many qualified Liberians who are ready and willing to serve in managerial, supervisory and some technical positions.
The Ministry of Finance and Development Planning (MFDP) has disclosed plans that the Government of Liberia will shortly receive US$256 million from the United States of America through the Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) compact program.
The Chief of Staff of the Armed Forces General Daniel Zainkahn has described training received by the present Armed Forces of Liberia as the best ever in the world.
Speaking on a local radio talk show Wednesday, June 10, 2015 General Zainkahn said the military received one of the best training in the world and those that trained them were the best the world ever produced.
The president of the Booker Washington Institute Teachers Association, INC. (BWITA), Mr. J. Diameno Chea, has refuted recent report published by the Women Voices Newspaper on the alleged dismissal of several teachers of the BWI for corruption.
Vice President Boakai says there have been reports by patients that some medical personnel in hospitals and clinics around the country are exercising a high degree of unprofessionalism in the discharge of their duties, something that is negatively impacting on the medical profession.
The Judge of Criminal Court ďAĒ has drop all charges against several GSA employees who were suspended for multiple charges which include physical obstruction of government functions, felonious restraint, rioting and disorderly conduct.
As the alleged financial scandal at the National Bureau of Concessions (NBC), continues to generate public debate, two civil society organizations have called for the immediate dismissal of all individuals linked to the reported scandal.