About nine gasoline stations operating in the country are about to face the wrath of the government of Liberia through the Commerce and Industry Ministry for allegedly creating artificial shortage of petroleum products on the Liberian Market.
Liberia’s main GSM service provider, Lonestar Communication Corporation (LCC or Lonestarcell) last Saturday, February 19, 2011 launched its second raffle draw for its numerous subscribers across Liberia. The ceremony was held at Lonestar cell’s Broad Street office in Monrovia.
Liberia premier and most recommended GSM service provider Lonestar Communication Corporation (LCC or Lonestarcell) on Sunday, February 13, 2011 presented another fully loaded Aveo Chevrolet saloon car to a petty trader, Elizabeth Kennedy-Karnean, as a winner of its ongoing “WinACar” raffles.
Ecobank-Liberia has sacked several of its employees for what it considered “breaching the bank’s policies”.
Over theft of US$210,000, the National Bureau of Investigation or NBI has charged and sent two employees of the Liberian Bank for Development and Investment (LBDI) to court in Monrovia.
Five Nigerians, accomplice by four Liberians allegedly involved in the recent Ecobank robbery, were on Tuesday, sent to the Kakata Magisterial Court in Margibi County under police charges of armed robbery and criminal facilitation respectively, for trial.
The first ever digitized and computerized, online one-stop shop business registry, aimed at transforming Liberia’s manual domestic trade practices and ways of making business has been inaugurated in Monrovia.
Theft at Ecobank -Liberia is continuing abated, with no sign of halting. Just 12 months, several burglaries have taken place at the bank’s main complex in Central Monrovia Ashmun Street office, as well as its outstation branches.Just recently again, the Ecobank branch in Kakata, was for the second time in few weeks, struck by ‘robbers.’
Two employees of ECOBANK-Liberia, Karine N. Walker and Rufus Looh, linked to a US$40,000 theft case were yesterday placed on prisoner bench at the Temple of Justice in Monrovia, awaiting court trials.
Liberia has slipped down 3 positions in the World Bank Doing Business Survey for 2011 from being among the top 10 reformers in 2010.