Vice President Jewel Howard-Taylor has joined President George Weah and other ministers in declaring their assets, after controversies surrounding the prolonged delay by government officials.
VP, Defense Minister, Others 'Declare Assets'
Observer, 8 August 2018
VP Howard-Taylor, Minister Ziankahn and few other government officials have declared their assets to anti-graft institutions. Read more »
Vice President Jewel Howard-Taylor Declares Assets
FrontPageAfrica, 8 August 2018
Liberia's Vice President, Chief Dr. Jewel Howard-Taylor, has filed her 2018 assets declaration with the Liberia Anti-corruption Commission (LACC). Read more »
VP Taylor Allegedly Receiving Benefits Belonging to the Office of Bong County Senator
FrontPageAfrica, 9 August 2018
FrontPageAfrica has reliably learned that Vice President Jewel Howard-Taylor is still collecting gas coupons entitled to the position of Bong County Senator while at the same time… Read more »
"Each Senator Earns U.S. $10k Per Month" - Says VP Taylor
Observer, 9 August 2018
In a bid to win over Bong County voters in favor of her chosen candidate in the 2018 senatorial by-elections, Josiah Melvin Cole, Vice President Jewel Howard Taylor disclosed that… Read more »
Vice-President Jewel Howard-Taylor, left, Minister Daniel Dee Ziankahn and other government officials in Liberia have declared their assets to anti-graft institutions.
Jaadeh Is Integrity, a hip-hop song based on the forthcoming anti-corruption children's sequel, Jaadeh!, is Read more »
President George Weah says the situation Liberia faces did not start with his administration, but he stressed his commitment to change it while at the same time encouraging ... Read more »
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