“Our total disagreement and concern is with the overreach of this bill which in effect disenfranchises these individuals from exercising their political choice. It would seem by doing so would be penalizing them for having rendered invaluable services to the country. We are all aware of the role played by the bank in the negotiations and the arduous work done by it toward meeting the benchmarks that were required by the IMF and World Bank for external debt relief. We are also aware of the bank’s continuing astute management over the financial system of Liberia in adopting sound policies for the growth and expansion of the economy. We are cognizant of the low savings rate and depth of non-performing loans which have been some of the major challenges facing the banking system. The bank’s role in channeling loanable funds to underserved segments of the population should be embraced and further harnessed”.
“Hon Morlu, we are pleased to further acknowledge you that by the reactivation of the 2011 petition for President, the Liberia Renaissance Campaign will on July 25, 2014, formally petition you in Liberia to contest for the Presidency of Liberia as an independent candidate in the 2017 elections”.
The Liberia Renaissance Campaign, LRC on Monday announced it is rescheduling the petitioning of former Auditor General John Morlu from May 14, 2011 to a new date to be announced shortly. According to communication from the LRC, the group says they are rescheduling the May 14th petition to provide ample time and participation for the several Liberians and groups from foreign countries calling for more… Read More ›
“John Morlu’s uncompromising love for country and bold stance to face Liberia’s menace and the continent’s cancer, corruption, demonstrated through his work at the General Auditing Commission shows “there is a cause to love Liberia” and it is no crime for doing so”.