TYLER FINALLY KICKED OUT!
Members of the House of Representatives Tuesday, 27 September voted overwhelmingly with a Two-thirds majority, dethroning criminally indicted Speaker J. Alex Tyler, who recused himself recently from presiding over session following mounting pressure.
CDC SOLOMON GEORGE TURNED HOUSE’S FUN BOX
Congress for Democratic Change or CDC’sMontserrado District #13, Representative Solomon Claudius George was reduced to a fun box (laughingstock) during session on Tuesday September 27, after his name was mentioned as one of those who signed a resolution to kick Mr. Alex Tyler out as Speaker of the House of Representatives.
NEW WORLD BANK COUNTRY MANAGER MEETS LOCAL MEDIA HEADS
New World Bank’s Country Manager to Liberia, Ms. Larisa Leshchenko on Tuesday September 27, held her first interactive meeting with local media executives, giving an update on the Bank’s contribution to the Liberian economy.
CAUSE OF REP DAUGHTER’S DEATH UNKNOWN
The Secretary and Registrar General at Liberia’s Medical and Dental Council or LMDC, Doctor NyanquoiKargbo, says the actual cause of Nakita D. Forh’s death “had not been specifically known ...” Doctor Nyanquoi took the witness stand on Tuesday morning, 27 September after being subpoenaed by the Civil Law Court “A” on the request of counsels for Rep. Edward Forh who had complained government - run John F. Kennedy Medical Center on a US$25m suit over the alleged wrongful death of his daughter Nakita in 2014.
POLITICAL PARTIES COMMIT TO VIOLENCE-FREE ELECTION
About 23 political parties in Liberia have agreed to collaborate for the conduct of non-violent, free and fair elections next year. They reached the consensus over the weekend in Ganta, Nimba County during a workshop organized by the National Elections Commission or NEC with support from the United Nations Development Programme [UNDP], European Union [EU] USAID, and the International Foundation for Electoral Systems or IFES.