Mrs. Marie Urey Coleman Op-ed 

Own the Mess at LPRC, Mr President, the last buck stops with you 

    In all respect, the government of Liberia must and should immediately take responsibility for the missing petroleum products at LPRC. It makes no sense for merchants commodities entrusted to the government to go missing and the very government is ordering products to replace these merchants as an importer. Unless we are being convinced that this is just a way of putting these importers out of business, only fanatics will see this differently. When a scoping investigation showed that more money than required was printed at the CBL, Weeks…

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Business Politics 

Abolish Or Privatize LPRC

      By: Tewroh-Wehtoe Sungbeh Long before one of the world’s leading auditors, Ernst & Young, was appointed by the European Commission to conduct a systems and financial audit of the Liberian Petroleum Refining Company (LPRC) from the period of October 1, 2003 to June 30, 2004, most Liberians see the institution as a breeding ground for waste and corruption. Like the Liberian Produce Marketing Association (LPMC), the Liberian Broadcasting Service (LBS), the Liberian Electricity Corporation (LEC), the Liberian Water and Sewer Corporation (LWSC), and many more are money-wasting bureaucracies that…

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