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Prez Sirleaf First Financial Transaction as President, Ordered Finance Payout 30Yr Back-pay for Gov’t Building Rental
“It is believed that the President placed priority on the payout of the over 30 year payback to owners of government leased buildings, rest on her personal interest and that of her relatives and friends because one of the beneficiaries of the back-pay payout was Estrada Bernard, the husband of the President’s sister”.
“Iman Forley told reporters after the verdict, no regrets because she was my fiance’e. Her family only wanted to damage my character; but I leave them with Almighty Allah who will reward them one day”
“A critical citizenry is very important to building democracy. It helps to propel the will of the people by keeping public officials constantly aware that they serve the people and not themselves; they are accountable to the people and not their powerful interest; and that to criticize them is not to disrespect them but to offer them a measure of public discontent which, eventually helps them to do the right things- and serve well”….. Cllr. Jerome Verdier, former Chairman of the Truth and Reconciliation Commision of Liberia
“Indeed, article 52 (c) is not a legal or constitutional basis to prevent President Sirleaf and what Marcus Jones considers most of the potential Presidential candidates from running in 2011 elections. Article 52 (c) is a hoax inserted in the constitution by the framers either by lacked of proper legal guidance when the constitution was being framed or through fraud with a hidden motive which has cut up with the nation today.”
News reaching The New Dispensation from our correspondent in Monrovia says the Deputy Speaker of the Liberia National Legislature, Hon Tokpah Mulbah has been formally charged by the Liberian government for attempted murder and eight other felonies for the brutal assault on Patrolman Lexington Beh of the Liberia National Police. According to the Charge Sheet, Hon Mulbah is… Read More ›