House to Investigate LNP Pay Crisis

first_imgThe three-week ultimatum of for officers of the Liberia National Police (LNP) to open Liberian dollar bank accounts in order to receive their salary arrears has sparked anxiety among lawmakers on Capitol Hill since the mandate was issued, in the wake of the drawdown of the United Nations Mission in Liberia (UNMIL).In yesterday’s session of the House of Representatives, the lawmakers mandated the House’s Committee on National Security to investigate the ‘LNP pay crisis,’ and report in two weeks – a week before the Police’s ultimatum elapses.The investigation of the ‘New Police Ultimatum’ to have an individual Liberian dollar account in three weeks was due to a complaint from Montserrado County District # 9 Representative Munah Pelham-Youngblood.The Congress for Democratic Change (CDC) lawmaker said the LNP administration, through an internal memo, has threatened all officers in the 15 counties that if individual accounts were not opened in three weeks, said officers should not blame the Police for not getting their pay.“But what seems to be troubling in this situation is how many of the police officers in rural parts of the country have access to banks? Will they leave their posts of duty to go to other locations to open bank accounts? And if they do not meet the deadline, what happens to their money they have already worked for?” Rep. Youngblood asked in her letter to plenary.“So in view of the following, my distinguished colleagues, I write to seek the support from plenary to mandate the relevant committees to probe into these issues surrounding our LNP,” she added.Youngblood further told her colleagues that the Police memo also said that 50 percent of their salaries owed will be paid in US dollars, while the other 50 percent will be in Liberian dollars.For over seven years, civil and public servants have been paid via direct-deposit to their respective bank accounts to improve government’s efforts at transparency, accountability and fairness, and tackle corruption.The LNP was one of the security outfits whose officers were paid in US dollars; but with the announcement by President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf to pay 30 percent allowances in Liberian dollars owing to economic constraints, the Police was given a consideration of 50 percent in US dollars and 50 percent in local currency.However, with the consideration made since May, the LNP have not received their salary, and it is still causing an increasingly alarming threat to security as reports of criminal activities are now on the rise.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Fulham ‘open talks’ over Noble

first_imgFulham have opened talks with West Ham over a £4m move for midfielder Mark Noble, the Daily Mail reports.The paper say Fulham are keen to find a long-term successor for Danny Murphy and the former England Under 21 man is their top target.Meanwhile, The Sun report that Chelsea manager Andre Villas-Boas is not planning to buy a striker despite the propsect of him losing three next month.Nicolas Anelka will make his move to China, while Didier Drogba and Salomon Kalou are set to be involved in the Africa Cup of Nations.Chelsea have recently been linked with a number of forwards, including Chile prospect Eduardo Vargas, Real Madrid star Gonzalo Higuain and Napoli’s Edinson Cavani.This page is updated throughout the day. Follow West London Sport on Twitterlast_img

Discoball Lace Front Wig Grey Ombre Roots Synthetic Natural Straight Soft Hair : Tangles!

first_imgSummaryReviewer Nathalie DuboisReview Date2019-05-17 08:33:46Reviewed Item Discoball Lace Front Wig Grey Ombre Roots Synthetic Natural Straight Soft Hair for WomenRating 5.0 / 5  stars, based on  16  reviews Looks great for a storm costume. It’s a bit heavy and scratchy. I lasted 25mins before taking it off. Looks great but easily matted. This wig looks great and the hairline is so natural, i bought this for a wonderwoman cosplay and it’s the right colour, very dark brown. However i did need to thin the wig considerably or else it looked far too big at the top and sides and not as flat and curly as the picture suggests. I did this simply by getting small lower sections of hair and cutting them and this seemed to do the job. It came with two wig caps which is great and definitely feels nicer than a cheap synthetic wig. Would buy it again Looks great I love this wig, the quality is amazing. I bought the long grey ombré. Was firstly very disappointed to find that i did not receive any wig caps with the wig as it isn’t my first and the description says it comes with 2 caps. The hair is beautifully long and soft but tangles ridiculously easily but once washed and straightened looks more natural. Not the best parting but nothing that can’t be fixed. The hair has gotten very damaged in some places just from straightening and goes like an afro with heat. The colouring is stunning though. Very mixed feelings but overall a lot better than the photo gives off. Fabulous wig bought for use after chemo highly recommend. Nice thick wig but extremely prone to tangling which is unfortunate as the quality of hair etc is very good. Five Stars Discoball Lace Front Wig Grey Ombre Roots Synthetic Natural Straight Soft Hair for Women✔ MULTIPURPOSE -Perfect for Cosplay Costume, halloween,themed Partyies and fancy dress Parties or just for a change of look✔ FASHION DESIGN -Unique and Stylish long lace front hair wig with ombre color.✔SYNTHETIC HAIR -Soft Touch And Natural Looking, feels and move like real human hair.You can restyle this wig by yourself with blow dryer, straighteners or curlers without damaging it up to 120 degree centigrade.✔ COMFORTABLE & ADJUSTABLE- Made From Synthetic Fibre,Half hand tied lace front wigs with adjustble Straps & 3 Combs,2-2.5 Inches Parting Space Cap Size: Only Medium Size In Stock✔ RIGHTS OWNER-We are the rights owner of this product,and registered the Trade Mark UK00003072685 under our brand”Discoball” Posted on May 17, 2019Author Nathalie DuboisCategories WigsTags discoballlast_img read more