Lawmakers, who are furious with the Speaker’s action, have been holding closed door discussions to plan his removal. Over the weekend, more than 22 of them gathered in the Port City of Buchanan to begin making their move – the kind that will involve massive political maneuvering and bickering. This is expected to be a long haul and probably a redux of past incidents that also saw the removal of two very influential House Speakers – Edwin Snowe and Alex Tyler. Public Policy 

Liberian Legislators accused of bribery to Ratify the Mineral Development Agreement

  Former Nimba County Superintendent Madam Edith Gongloe-Weh alleges here that lawmakers of Nimba have received bribes from mining company Arcelor Mittal to ratify the Mineral Development Agreement signed between the company and the Government of Liberia. Under an $800 million agreement, ArcelorMittal Liberia is seeking additional years which will enable them to operate after completion of their first 25 years signed with the Government of Liberia in 2005 but came into operation in 2006. House of Representatives Thursday, December 16, 2021, ratified the Mineral Development Agreement with the government.…

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Bendu Kabba, a resident in the district, expressed frustration about the continuous silence of her Representative. “They cannot be keeping us in limbo about our own lawmaker and people want us be happy about the process. We need to know what’s going on with Munah, we don’t want our so-called opposition to keep asking about her.” Prince Guye, also a resident in the district, hoped the CDC lawmaker returns soon and starts her workings for the district. “If she is sick and cannot make it anymore let her office say it. We are the only district right now in Liberia, which lawmaker is living but cannot seen; we cannot hear from her and we don’t know her whereabouts Moses Quannue: “Let Munah Pelham leave and turn the seat over so we can go for a by- election because she’s missing in action, if she even gets well today, it is my advice that she leaves our job.” News 

AWOL: Where is Representative. Munah Pelham-Youngblood?

MONROVIA – Montserrado County District 9 Representative Munah Pelham-Youngblood has been out of session for nine consecutive months and even residents of her district do not know her whereabouts, neither has the House of Representatives nor her family cared to clarify the multiple rumors of her death news or wellbeing. Rule 21.1 of the House Standing Rules forbids any member from being absent from sessions for two weeks without obtaining approval from the Speaker and violators must be penalized in a manner deemed appropriate by the leadership in consultation with…

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