— Receives a paltry US$30K out of US$300K budget from 2018-2022A highly comprehensive work plan submitted to members of the 54th Legislature by the Legislative Information Services (LIS) is revealing that the institution has been severely and embarrassingly underfunded since 2018 to 2022. The Legislative Information Service submission of its Work Plan 2023 is a professional tradition of the bicameral department to submit its work plan annually, based on the important fact that the joint service department has budgetary appropriation annually. “Our plan of action for the year provides clues as to how funds received are intended to be utilized. “This led to my office reporting the House of Representatives to their employers, the citizens, after every effort to seek redress failed including intervention from [then] Senate Pro Tempore Armah Jallah. It took the election of Nuquay and his interventions for the LIS to even receive the US$30,000 the department received just recently.
Source: Daily Observer March 14, 2023 18:13 UTC