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Imminent tension hovers over Bushord Island as controversial talk-show host Henry Costa vows to galvanize supporters against possible interference while airing the “Costa Show” on D_15 Radio Thursday
Controversial talk-show host, Henry Costa says all is now set to begin his broadcast on D15 Radio on the Bushord Island.
Mr. Costa indicated that the government has failed to display document of him being a fugitive, as requested for by the management of Radio Bushrod.
According to Costa, a huge number of his supporters will gather at D_15 radio to resist attempt by the government to shut down the radio station during his Thursday’s broadcast.
He asserted, there are more important things the government could pay attention to than running after him.
As part of implementing government’s pro-poor agenda, President George Weah turns over additional thirty-nine housing units to residents of Popo Beach Community in Monrovia
Touring the newly constructed housing units in the Popo Beach Community Wednesday, President Weah said, he’s impressed with the level of work done by the Liberia Agency for community empowerment, LACE.
According to the Liberian Leader, his vision to ensure that Liberians benefit from his infrastructure developmental projects remains unbending despite opposition criticisms.
Also speaking, LACE Executive Director Pepsi Yekeh said, about sixty people are expected to occupy the newly constructed housing units.
According to him, the entire project which cost over three million United States dollars is intended to among other things, put smiles on the faces of the ordinary people, and give them additional hope under the PAPD.
Meanwhile, beneficiaries of the Housing Units thanked president Weah for the gesture, describing it as timely.
After lying flat under the vehicle of Senate Pro-tempore Albert Chie at Capitol Building, aggrieved legislative staffers receive green-light for full payment of their 17-months arrears
On Wednesday, January 20, Charles Brown – the spokesperson of the aggrieved staffers, including visually Impaired political activist Noah Zarwu Gibson were seen lying flat under the vehicle of Protempt Chie, vowing not to move from under the vehicle until concrete assurances were given them.
Speaking to this station after members of the Liberian Senate met with the aggrieved legislative staffers, Spokesman Brown said they are now pleased with the assurance given them on the payment of their arrears.
Meanwhile, Senate Protempore Albert Chie, Montserrado County Senator Saah Joseph, Grand Bassa County Senator Nyonblee Karnga-Lawrence, Margibi County Senator Emmanuel Nuquay and Senator Milton Teahjay of Sinoe all attended the meeting with the aggrieved Legislative staffers in the joint chambers of the Capitol Building.