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To me, this action on the part of the minister is an insult to the Liberian masses. The average Liberian lives on less than US$1.00 a day. McGill's loan to acquire a mansion, sends a bad message to everyone and solidifies the notion that the only quick way to get rich is working for government. This action on the part of the Minister of state undermines the "Pro-poor Agenda" News 

Refussal to declare assets, two months in Pres. Weah building new mansion?

    Monrovia – Facing mounting questions about his reluctance to declare his assets or encourage newly-appointed members of his administration to do so, President George Manneh Weah is being heavily criticized in the wake of the demolition of his 9th Street home. Many Liberians have taken to social media to voice their anger that the President is undertaking a building project of his personal property without declaring his assets, especially in the backdrop of the government’s controversial pro-poor policy. Section 10.1 of the revised Code of Conduct referencing declaration…

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Independen​t Commission Compels LACC to Make Asset Declaratio​n Available to Liberians

  Mr. Editor, When did Asset Declaration become a “confidential matter” in a country where 99 percent of the public servants are born rogues?  Aren’t we supposed to know virtually everything about these crooks aka public servants??? Well, not according to the Liberian Anti-Corruption Commission (LACC)…(Re “Independent Commission Compels LACC to Make Asset Declaration Available to Liberians”) According to the above mentioned article, LACC refused to make the Asset Declaration information available to a local NGO (public), because it would be a breach of Executive Order #38, Section 10.3, which…

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