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42 Day Sitting. 6thSession
54th Legislature of the Republic of Liberia
Tuesday, August 22. 2023
Agenda/ Order of Business
1. CALL TO ORDER
3. ROLL CALL
4. READING AND ADOPTION OF THE AGENDA
5. REPORT FROM STANDING COMMITTEES
Briefing from the Joint Committee comprising Committees on Public Work:
Rural Development and Public Accounts & Audits on progress made by Ministry of Public Works on the rehabilitation of the primary road corridos the Southeast.
BUSINESS ON PRESIDENT'S DESK:
a. Declaration of the Reconvening of the 6 Session, of the 54* Legislature:
b. Setting the agenda for the reconvened Session: President Pro-Tempore
c. Communication from the President of Liberia, submitting the Amendment to the Restated and Amended Mineral Development Ag by and between the Government of the Republic of Liberia and BEA I Mining Corporation"
SITTING IN ITS AUGUST, A. D. 2023 TERM
BEFORE HIS HONOUR....
..... ROOSEVELT Z WILLIE......RESIDENT CIRCUIT JUDGE PRESIDING
Republic of Liberia by and thru the Ministry of Justice.
Cllr. Gloria Musu Scott, Gertrude Newton, Rebecca Criminal Conspiracy Youdeh Wisner and Alice Johnson, all of the City of
Making False Statement to
Law Enforcement Officials
NOTICE OF ASSILYRICIARY
LEI COURT "A"
REPUBLIC OF LIBERIA
YOU ARE HEREBY COMMANDED TO NOTIFY THE PARTIES AND/OR THEIR COUNSELS IN THE ABOVE CAPTIONED CASE TO APPEAR BEFORE THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, CRIMINAL ASSIZES "A", FOR MONTSERRADO COUNTY, REPUBLIC OF LIBERIA,
SITTING IN ITS AUGUST, TERM A.D. 2023,
AT THE CIRCUIT COURT HOUSE, TEMPLE OF JUSTICE BUILDING, MONROVIA, LIBERIA,
ON MONDAY THE 28TH DAY OF AUGUST, A.D. 2023, AT THE PRECISE HOUR OF 9:45
A.M., THAT IS TO SAY:
YOU ARE FURTHER COMMANDED TO SERVE THIS NOTICE OF ASSIGNMENT BY LEAVING A COPY WITH EACH OF THE CONCERNED PARTIES OR THEIR COUNSELS AND HAVE THEM SIGNED FOR SAME, MEANWHILE, THE PARTIES ARE ORDERED TO STAY ALL CONSTRUCTIONS PENDING THE OUTCOME OF THE HEARING AND YOU WILL, THEREFORE, MAKE YOUR OFFICIAL RETURNS ON THE BACK OF THE ORIGINAL COPY AND ENDORSE THEREON YOUR SIGNATURE, AND HAVE SAME FILED IN THE CFFICE OF THE CLERK OF THIS HONOURABLE COURT.
AND HAVE YOU THERE THIS NOTICE OF ASSIGNMENT:
GIVEN UNDER MY HANDS AND SEAL OF COURT THIS 21ST DAY OF AUGUST, A.D.
GABRIEL J. SMITH
CLERK OF COURT
When we all get to heaven,
what a day of rejoicing that will be!
When we all see Jesus,
we'll sing and shout the victory!
The Buxton, Fredericks, Mills, and Clarke families announce the sudden homegoing of their beloved mother, grandmother, sister, aunty, cousin, and friend, Sally A. Clarke Buxton. This sad event occurred on Friday, August 4, 2023 at the John F. Kennedy Medical Center in Monrovia.
Mother Sally A. Clarke Buxton lived in the US and in Banjor Old Field, she leaves to mourn her children, Boima Randi Clarke and Sr., Sally Laffitte, Miatta Ballah and Mercy Pennoh; three foster children, Eric, Rachel and Tenneh; eight grandchildren, Three sisters: Rachel Massalee, Esther Jones and Victoria Pennoh; Three Brothers: Enoch Buxton, Samuel Buxton, Neamoie Buxton and a host of other relatives and friends in Liberia, USA and Ghana.
Funeral arrangements are as follows:
Mother Sally A. Clarke Buxton remains will be removed from the Samuel Stryker Funeral Parlous on Friday, August 25, and be taken to the
St. Thomas United Methodist Church in Banjor, for a night of wake-keeping, which starts at 6pm-10pm
Funeral to follow on August 26, 2023 at the St Thomas United Methodist Church in Banjor, which starts at 10 am
Interment followed immediately at the Brewerville Cemetery
Anyone wishing to sympathize with the bereaved family can contact :
Sally Laffitte: +1-704-287-2380
Miatta Ballah: +1- 313-258-0173
This announcement was brought in by Sally Laffitte and Rachel Massalee daughter and sister of the deceased for and on behalf of the family.
Da beauty pageant in this election
PRESS RELEASE 👇👇
President Weah Issues Proclamation Calling the 54th Legislature To Extend Sixth Regular Session.
The President of the Republic of Liberia, His Excellency Dr. George Manneh Weah, has issued a Proclamation calling on 54th Legislature to extend its Sixth Regular Session for a period of two (2) weeks beginning August 22, 2023, to September 5, 2023 to discuss or act upon matters of national emergency and concern.
According to a Foreign Ministry release, the Proclamation mentioned that Article 32(b) of the Constitution of the Republic of Liberia provides that the President shall, on his own initiative or upon receipt of a certificate signed by at least one-fourth of the total membership of each House, and by proclamation, extend a regular session of the Legislature beyond the date for adjournment or call a special or extraordinary session of that body to discuss or act upon matters of national emergency and concern.
The Sixth Regular Session of the 54th Legislature of the Republic of Liberia shall adjourn on Friday, the 21st day of July, 2023 in accordance with the aforementioned.
The Proclamation stated that in accordance with the aforementioned Article 32 (b) of the Constitution of this Republic, a Certificate signed by at least one-fourth of the total membership of each House has been laid before the President on August 15, 2023 for the extension of the Sixth Regular Session of the 54th Legislature for a period of two (2) weeks; beginning August 22, 2023 and ending September 5, 2023, to allow the Legislature the opportunity to discuss and act upon several legislation of time-sensitive nature and others centered on national development, integrity, transparency and accountability.
An Act to repeal An Act to Amend Section 1 of An Act fixing the Day for the Annual Adjournment of the Legislature of the Republic of Liberia, and to establish in lieu thereto An Act Setting the calendar of Adjournment for the Legislature, provides at Section 2 Second Adjournment (Second Constituency visit/break), that the Second Constituency visit/break of the Legislature shall commence not later than the third Friday of July of each year and end on the second Friday of October of each year.
I jeh laugh.... who to believed
District 8 are you guys going to Vote this man for the third time … open your eyes
Vote Hon Acarous Moses Gray for district 8
Which one be this …she love the Liberian people … open your eyes
District 8 are you guys going to Vote this man for the third time … open your eyes
District #8 residents, giving Hon Acarous Moses Gray 18 years as representative while your children live in poverty, and poor sanitary condition, you must be insane! Acarous has nothing to offer you people. 12 years as representative is enough for him. He needs to go with George Weah . District #8, reject him!!!Look at his 12 years development in picture . 😳
Alexander B Cummings
Mothers across Liberia wake up every morning with one thought on their minds: "What will my children eat today?" Mothers stay up worrying about how their children will go to school. When their child is sick, they do everything to find money, medicine, and help.
My mother began as a midwife, and I was there to see her delivering many babies for free, helping mothers who had no money. That taught me that anyone can make a difference. She sold used clothes, many times on credit. As a young boy, my job was to collect money from her customers, introducing me early to dignity in labor.
Looking back, I now realize that it's her blessing that got me going and has kept me all these years. She is now 94 years old, and I love, adore and respect her.
This election is more than politics; it's about every mother who wants the best for her child! My campaign is about you – ma, mama, mommy, mother. I selected a female Vice Presidential candidate because I know she understands your struggles. Vote for Cllr. Charlyne Brumskine and me for the real change Liberian mothers deserve.
Moniba challenges Bad Roads, to resound a message Hope and Change across isolated and disconnected parts of Lofa.
The Liberia National Union’s Standard-Bearer has visited over 50 towns and villages across Lofa County. Some of these towns include ; Wohomba, Babahun, Yengbelahun, Koyuhun, Savalahun, Kamatahun, Sovasu, Twigawah, Botemba etc)
The LINU SB received a very overwhelming welcome from townsfolk and residents . These visibly overjoyed people, expressed their heartfelt gratitude to the LINU’s Presidential Candidate. Many of whom was a first time experience , seeing a Presidential Candidate visit their town or village ,based on the near impassable road conditions .
Dr. Moniba was hailed as a selfless and down to earth leader .
He received the confidence of these people and they promised to elect him President, so as to turn their dreams and hopes for a better Liberia, into reality.
What is the legal age to buy liquor in shops & stores in Liberia?
THE FIXERS ARE USING THE NATIONAL ANTHEM TO ENGAGE THE HEARTS & MINDS OF LIBERIANS!!
In UNION STRONG, WE WILL FIX LIBERIA!!
For FAMILIES, INDIVIDUALS, & POPULATIONS, our HEARTS are UNITED.
For our WELLNESS, WELLBEING, & RESTORATION, our VALOR UNPRETENDING will see us through. We are STRONG & RESILIENT people.
For our CITIZENSHIP, COMMUNITY, & SERVICE, with our HEARTS & HANDS we will do everything we can to build our country with an army of patriots.
We will use CULTURE, ARTS, & RECREATION to HAIL LIBERIA to the highest level and bring out our talents.
Be on the lookout for the CPP ENGAGING HEARTS & MINDS Policy which will be the foundation on which the CPP revives & rebuilds our common patrimony.
Which street are you going on October 10th??
1. 18th Street
2. 2nd Street
3. 4th Street
4. 6th Street
Liberian people trouble......
According to cdican The enthusiastic response from the crowd when Thomas Fallah was welcomed to the podium reflects the continued love and support the people of the district have for him. They will deeply miss him, and the name Thomas P. Fallah will remain an integral part of their political lives. Fallah did not hesitate to express his feelings during his speech, expressing his love for the residents of District 5 and openly endorsing Eric Vaye as the best candidate in the race.
According to cdican While this may be Fallah's final address to the district, he made his support for Eric Vaye abundantly clear. This event was not ordinary, as it caught the opposition by surprise and broke down their opposition. The entire Police Academy community, from Boulevard Road to GSA Road Junction, came out in support of Fallah. The impressive turnout indicates that October 10th will undoubtedly bring a victory for Eric Vaye.
Liberian people which one be this…. Two to one …
Liberia Vice President Madam Jewel Howard Taylor and Former Minister of States for Presidential Affairs now CDC Senatorial Candidate Mr. Nathanial F. McGill reunite as the two CDC leaders convoys met on the Margibi-B**g highway doing a Motorcycle Ride.
Over 1,000 Motorcyclists on Friday, August 11th, 2023, assembled to support the CDC Senatorial Candidate in Margibi.
Sitting president is campaigning more than the entire opposition. He knows he has failed. We know his face. Why all the billboards?
Date: August 14, 2023
POLICE CHARGE SHEET:
Abrabiasta Vessels; S*x: Male, Age; 30 . Styrs; iribe: Massia; Address Community.
Father's Name: James Wesseh; Mother's Name ira Gounty;, Marital Status: Strale:
Black; Hair Color: Black; Star/Mark(s): N/A; Deformities Nil.
Charge(s): AGGRAVATED ASSAULT & MURDER. Accomplice/s; Nil. Date of Offence.
Day 21, 202 4; time of Crience; 11:30PM; Place of Oftences, Peace island Communra;
Date of Arrest; July 22, 2023. Arresting Officer: Adar patiema; Rank: Corporal;
Compiainani: RI /trene B. lonnson. Address: Peace istand Commuaity
DETAIL OF OFFENSE
That, in violation of Chapter 14, sections 14.76 & 14 1 of the revisedd penal law of the Republic of Liberia, defendant Abraham Wesseh, a resident of peace island Commumity, Congo town was arested and acquainted with his Miranda's rights, investigated and subsequently charged with the Crime of Aggravated Assault & Murder, for purposely, knowingly and intentionally stabbing frene B. johson, also a resident of the same community with knife in her stomach during an altercation Derween both of them at Peace Island Community, Congo town on July 27, 2023 about 11:00Hrs. Suspect Abraham Wesseh also stabbed himself in the process, in an altempt to commit su***de.
The decease's body was later preserved at the john t, Kennedy Morgue by the family, pending Police investigation.
During the investigation into the Murder case of the late Irene Baby Johnson by her boyinend Abraham Wesseh, it was revealed that suspect Abraham Wesseh and Irene B.
suspect Abraham Wesseh and Irene B. Johnson (late) were lovers and knew each other in their relationship for more than three years.
• That the relationship between Irene B. Johnson and Abraham Wesseh became sour that led the both of them going at loggerheads.
• That the bitterness in the relationship between suspect Abraham Wesseh and irene a. Jonason suit existed and despite that Abraham Wesseh went to her house at Peace Island on July 22, 2023 and demanded to sleep with her and when she refused to allow him to sleep with her he stabbed her in stomach with knife..
Motorcyclists Leading Deputy Speaker Campaign in G' Kru
The Motorcyclists Union in Barclayville, Grand Kru County are leading a major campaign for the reelection bid of Liberia's Deputy Speaker,Jonathan Fonati Koffa.
The Deputy Speaker is the sitting Representative of electoral District number Two
The motorcyclist's Union has commencing campaign parade in the principal streets of Barclayville as a meaning of creating awareness for Rep. Koffa reelection.
The Group averred that the Deputy Speaker has performanced beyond the call to duty, as such his reelection should be the collective efforts of all citizens of Grand Kru.
By: Siafa Jallah
Montserrado County Senator, Saah H. Joseph Presents trophy to the winner of the district 12 campaign unification tournament
Montserrado County Senator Saah H. Joseph Medical Intervention continues
As He brings in Country 40ft Container containing essential Medical Items
Menquelleh Clan citizens endorses Honorable Quanuqanel Alfred Karmue as Citizens vowed to support his Possible Election comes October 10
By: Josiah Pailay
With barley fifty Eight(58) days to the conduct of Liberia’s much anticipated October 10, 2023 General and Legislative Elections, Scores of citizens in Menquelleh clan, B**g County Electoral District #4, have endorsed the representative bid of independent representative hopeful Mr. Quanuqanel Alfred Karmue in order to contest for the district’s higher seat.
Reading the endorsement statement on behalf of the citizens, a prominent resident of the region who identity was is yet unknown mentioned that their decision to endorse the honorable Quanuqanel Alfred Karmue is based on his numerous contributions towards the Liberian state especially in B**g County electoral District #4.
The Menquelleh Clan citizens’ name; the construction of the Foala to Guinea border Road, other are the connection of bridges in Panta, Zota and Menquelleh clan, naming the provision of scholarship to school going kids in District #4 and B**g County by extension, as some the developmental achievements of Quanuqanel Alfred Karmue since professing his intention to contest the district’s biggest seat.
They Menquelleh Clan citizens’ narrated that as citizens of the clan, they have and continue to aspire for a satisfactory leader under past and current administration of the district , adding that it’s now time for Mr. Karmue to change the political descriptions in the district, following his election at the level of the Liberian National Legislature comes October 10, 2023.
Quanuqanel Alfred Karmue is an understanding Liberian Public servant and the chief executive director of “Save More Kids INC” with over ten years of working proficient with foreign national especially in the United States of America.
Accepting the Citizens endorsement statement, the District #4 Representative candidate lauded the inhabitants of Menquelleh Clan and surrounding Towns and villages for recognizing his many developmental strategies across district.
The “Save More Kids INC” executive director and now independent Representative Candidate however cautions citizens of Panta, Zola and Menquelleh Clan to properly rally their fullest support and deemed him, as the only alternative uplift the district from its long-lasting heartache in the County.
He then underlined Women and Youths empowerment, the provision of quality Education for school age Children, infrastructural expansions and the introduction of mechanized farming and at same time empowered local farmers as part growing their own food and becomes self-reliance.
As some of his leadership’s target, if elected as the district’s next representative during the ensuring elections in the Electoral district #4 B**g County.
Remarking at the occasion, AL Fasolo an international guest from United States of America also medium to call on Citizens of the district to vote wisely and support the elections of Mr. Quanuqanel Alfred Karmue comes October 10 of this year.
The whiteboard American who was only recognized as Fasolo, then vowed to worked with his American partners amid effort to continually support the Liberian People especially Citizens of electoral district $4 B**g County.
Additionally, the “Save More Kids INC” board director asserted that if Mr. Karmue is elected as the district’s next Representative comes October 10 of this year; it will further strengthen connections between the both Countries and also enhancined rural developments.
The Endorsement ceremony brought together traditional leaders including Town Chiefs, Paramount Chiefs Commissioners , Youths representatives , Educational stakeholders, local farmers, Motorcyclists and among others in Belefanai Town Zota District, B**g County.
IMPACTING THE 2023 ELECTIONS
I received this message from a consummate professional:
“I'm intending to come over for campaign from September 25 thru October 13, 2023 if my vacation is approved. Again, I want to be a volunteer for poll watching as well.”
I truly appreciate this message and his intent to be a part of the process. Though political party members can be poll watchers, it's essential for poll watching to be balanced and impartial. While we as political party members have a stake in the election, it's important to have a mix of poll watchers from various backgrounds and affiliations to ensure fairness and prevent bias.
We know the foreign independent observers and international partners who come to monitor elections are hands off and usually rubber stamp whatever results, but are not vested participants in the process. We appreciate their presence. However, we need more Liberia professionals, ground and diaspora, community representatives, and non-partisan individuals to play a crucial role in maintaining the integrity of the electoral process and promoting transparency.
It is very important to have a diverse group of poll watchers who collectively ensure a free and fair election.
Please volunteer for poll watching. Though you may be credentialed under a political party, your principles will help safeguard the integrity of elections by objectively monitoring the voting process, ensuring fairness, and reporting any irregularities. Your presence will promote transparency, uphold democratic principles, and help maintain public trust in the electoral system. By volunteering as a poll watcher, you will be conscientiously and actively contributing to the functioning and hardening of a healthy and accountable democracy. As a professional, your expertise and impartiality can help prevent irregularities, protect voters' rights, and build public trust in the Liberian electoral system.
As a poll watcher, you play a vital role in identifying and addressing any issues that may arise during voting. We pray more Liberian professionals will volunteer to do poll watching, thereby contributing to a fair and accurate election outcome.
“ To Understand The Workings of the House of Representatives
…UMU Students Interact with House’s Press Boss
The United Methodist University (UMU) recently had the privilege of hosting a distinguished guest, Robert B. Haynes, Director at the House of Representatives, who delivered an insightful and engaging lecture to students studying public administration.
The lecture provided valuable insights into the inner workings of the House of Representatives and its critical role in the governance of the Liberian State.
The lecture, organized in collaboration with UMU's School of Public Administration, aimed to enrich students' understanding of the legislative process, the importance of effective public administration, and the essential role that well-informed and responsible citizens play in the development the Country.
Director Haynes shared an in-depth overview of the House of Representatives, highlighting its composition, responsibilities, and its vital role in representing the interests of the Liberian people.
The students had the opportunity to learn about the legislative procedures, the legislative agenda-setting process, and the intricate dynamics that shape policymaking at the national level.
The lecture also touched on the collaborative efforts between the legislative and executive branches of government, emphasizing the importance of synergy in advancing Liberia's development goals.
Director Haynes underscored the significance of transparency, accountability, and good governance in ensuring that the House of Representatives serves as a true voice for the people.
The students expressed their gratitude for the enlightening lecture, which provided them with a deeper understanding of the democratic process, the importance of public service, and the potential impact they can make in their future roles as public administrators.
The House Press Boss also encouraged the students to actively engage in civic affairs, uphold the principles of integrity and ethics, and be the driving force for positive change in our society. The students were inspired by the Director's insights and are now better equipped to contribute meaningfully to the development of Liberia.
The House of Representatives and the United Methodist University are committed to fostering a strong partnership in advancing education, civic awareness, and national development. This collaboration serves as a bridge between academia and government, empowering our future leaders with the knowledge and skills needed to build a brighter and more prosperous Liberia.
Alexander B. Cummings’s reflection on:
WHY ARE WE WHERE WE ARE
This is a nice article and easy read on ABC
Alexander Cummings is a businessman, philanthropist, and one of the leading presidential candidates for Liberia. Cummings has four decades of experience
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Shine your eyes on all..
Opposition asking for jobs…
They are all looking for jobs from the Liberian people… they never knew u before now they acting nice to the Liberian people…
They are under the rain from community to community ….
Shine your eyes come October 10 my Liberian people…
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Senate Hits by the Death of Gbarpolu Senator
Family sources have confirmed the death of Senator Daniel Flomo Naathan of Gbarpolu County.
Senator Naathan died Tuesday's Morning in India while seeking medical treatment.
Prior to his death, the Gbarpolu County Senator served as Chairman of the Senate Standing Committee on Transport and also Chairman of the Alternative National Congress(ANC).
The late Senator entered the Liberian Senate in 2006 after his victory on the ticket of the Unity Party during the 2005 elections.
After six years at the Senate he was defeated in 2011 by former Senator Armah Jallah.
The late Senator made a come back to the Senate in 2015 after defeating the than Senator , Thelo Momo in the 2014 Special Senatorial election.
Haven been qualified to contest the October polls, the fallen Senator was eying his reelection for the third times.
Senator Daniel Naathen Of Gbarpolu county is dead. He died this morning in India. Rest in peace
Unity Party political leader JNB "Rescue 1" arrived in Liberia
Greetings! Hope you are starting the work week with great energy and hope for a better tomorrow.
Please view this emotional response from a young boy on the prospect of THE FIXERS fixing his beloved Grand Bassa County and the Republic of Liberia by extension.
If he gets it, I find it hard to understand how many others don’t get it. I hope the older young people who can vote can up and understand the elections are about their collective future. They cannot afford to waste another 6 years.
EMOTIONAL RESPONSE FROM A YOUNG MAN ON THE PROSPECT OF TEAM FIXER, MR. ALEXANDER B. CUMMINGS & CLLR. CHARLYNE M. BRUMSKINE FIXING BASSA & THE COUNTRY
Aye Lord! I’m coming from church oh! Buh from FAILED “Change for Hope” to FALSE “Hope you can count on?” Da ay will develop Lib? PUAH!!
CDC National Campaign Team Deplores “Action of Over-Exuberant” Youth Carrying Casket; Says It’s Unacceptable
The Weah-Taylor 2023 Campaign Committee of the Coalition for Democratic Change re-committs itself to the conduct of an issue-based campaign that emphasizes the exceptional record of development and good governance of His Execellency President George M. Weah, while also stressing the importance of maintaining a peaceful democratic environment.
The Weah-Taylor 2023 Campaign Committee therefore deplores the action of some of its over-exuberent supporters who marched the streets toting a casket on Saturday during the official start of the period of political campaign for the Presidential and Legislative elections in October.
This action is unacceptable and does not represent the set of activities that have been envisioned to characterise this crucial democratic exercise.
The committee believes that the unprecedented gains the Weah Administration has made over the years provide sufficient nuggets for a massive victory in the upcoming elections. It therefore urges everyone working towards this ultimate goal to remain on message.
The Committee wishes to thank all partisans, auxiliaries and supporters for their steadfast commitment to ensuring the re-election of President Weah and urges them to continue to work hard, rain or shine, until the resounding victory is achieved.
Lenn Eugene Nagbe
National Campaign Manager
Weah-Taylor 2023 Campaign Committee
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CDC youth league opened the Campaign with Casket touting at the Party headquarter
Hon. Jurry’s initiatives in Agriculture And Electricity ⚡️
Harper is ably Represented 🏆✊
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