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Senate Fails to Summon GSA Over US$1.75m Controversial Car Wash Budget

first_imgA request by Lofa County Senator for the Senate plenary to invite the General Services Agency, (GSA) to make a comprehensive report on the controversial US$1,750,320.00 of the 2011/2012 national budget said to have been given for car wash under the Fleet Management Policy, Tuesday, January 21, failed to materialize.Contained in a communiqué to his colleagues on their 3rd day sitting, Tuesday, that request is a follow-up to one sent that body last week.In that communication, Senator Tengbeh requested his colleagues to launch a full investigation into allegations of misappropriation of US$1,750,320.00 of the 2011/2012 budget that was said to have been given for car wash under a ‘Fleet Management Policy’; an investigation revealed that no car wash in the country received such an amount, he reported.In his rephrased communication, the Lofa County Senator asked the honorable Senate to have the General Services Agency (GSA) appear before the Senate plenary to make a comprehensive report on the use of the amount by car washers. The amount for car washers could not be accounted for as the beneficiaries were not identified in the report. The Fleet Management falls under the GSA authority.”“We believe that accountability, transparency and value for money in the use of public funds are essential elements for good governance,” he continued.Senator Tengbeh, who won the Senate seat on the ticket of the ruling Unity Party, argued that the Executive Branch of Government should account for its stewardship of tax payers’ money to the members of the legislature as well as the public in general.Meanwhile, the Senate voted on Tuesday and sent the communication to the committee on Ways, Means and Finance.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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Exclusive – Meulensteen warns Man United: Robben looks happy at Bayern Munich

first_imgRene Meulensteen admits Manchester United have already missed out on Arjen Robben once before – and believes the Red Devils may be set for failure again this summer.The Bayern Munich flyer has been one of the players of the 2014 World Cup, despite some criticism for diving, and will line up for Holland in their semi-final clash with Argentina on Wednesday night.Dutch manager Louis van Gaal is ready to launch a raid for the 30-year-old, when he takes his place as Man United boss, with the duo’s close working relationship expected to aid the bid.But former Old Trafford assistant manager Meulensteen has told the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast show he is unsure whether the winger would leave the Bundesliga giants.“I’m sure Van Gaal would love to take Arjen Robben to Manchester United,” he told talkSPORT. “That’s not a surprise.“When I was at Manchester United, we looked at that possibility for a few years, but then he signed for Bayern Munich. He’s been happy ever since and had a lot of success there.”last_img read more

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STAFF THREATENED WITH KNIFE DURING ROBBERY AT TAKEAWAY

first_imgCrimescene: Chips2Go was robbedBREAKING NEWS: GARDAI are at the scene of yet another armed robbery in Co Donegal this evening.A man armed with a knife threatened staff at the Chips2Go premises in Killylastin, Letterkenny, shortly after 10pm.Terrified staff were forced to hand over a small amount of money. Gardai were quickly on the scene and a follow-up operation is ongoing.Angry customers have been calling to the takeaway in the past hour to offer support to the staff there.The popular takeaway, located beside a petrol station and pub, had been quiet most of the evening.The incident is the latest involving retail staff being threatened with knives during aggravated robberies. It follows similar incidents in Letterkenny and Buncrana in recent weeks. STAFF THREATENED WITH KNIFE DURING ROBBERY AT TAKEAWAY was last modified: May 16th, 2013 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:STAFF THREATENED WITH KNIFE DURING ROBBERY AT TAKEAWAYlast_img read more

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