Liberia Lone Stars: Players Shun Coach Debbah Ahead Of Togo Tie

By Hawa Wesseh Prominent Liberian Lone Stars players recently selected by new coach James Salinsa Debbah have failed to honor his invitation to the Liberian national team. The team is currently on a weeklong training camp in Accra Ghana, further compounding the Lone Stars locker room and the FA plans to give a good showing against the Hawks of Togo in Lome when the two sides meet on June 14th for the Afcons qualifier. According to reports, Turkish based Şanlıurfaspor FC hit man Tonia Tisdell [on loan], who is…

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Matilda Parker under probe for 800,000 have left Liberia

By Rodney Sieh MONROVIA—The embattled and suspended Managing Director of the National Port Authority (NPA), the subject of a major investigation and damning report by the Liberia Anti-Corruption Commission (LACC) charging alleged fraud of more than US$800,000, has reportedly left Liberia for the United States of America, FrontPageAfrica has learned. Parker was suspended in April by President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf along with her Comptroller, Christiana K. Paelay based on what the Executive Mansion said at the time was findings of an investigation by the Liberia Anti-Corruption Commission (LACC). The report which…

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Probing Mills Jones

The Editor, Why is the CBL Governor (Mills Jones) running for cover when lawmakers shine the light on him! (Re “Probing Mills Jones….”) According to the Governor Jones, the Central Bank is already being audited yearly by a reputable and professional external auditors (PricewaterhouseCoopers). But so what? Just because the Bank is audited yearly by external auditors, does that mean that we, the people (shareholders), cannot require our internal auditors (General Auditing Commission) to audit the CBL, especially its Micro-freebie Loan program, oops, I meant to say Micro-finance! Please… Hey,…

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