Judge Nancy Sammie of Criminal Court “C” has dropped all charges against former Liberia Airport Authority Managing Director, Ellen Corkrum, who was accused by the government of stealing over US$1 million from the agency in 2013 and violating public trust by wrongfully diverting public monies and assets to her personal use and those of her friends.
Activists and women rights groups in Liberia have ended this year’s 16 Days of Activism. As part of the event, Action Aid launched a campaign to reach as many women and girls, with outreach made at markets around Monrovia.
The Supreme Court justice-in-chambers, Judge Yusif Kaba, has cited the judge of Criminal Court A, Roosevelt Willie, to a special Dec. 4 conference regarding his role in the controversial trial involving the Roots FM radio station, which is operated by the firebrand talk show host and leading government critic, Henry P. Costa.
The international NGO Solidaridad has ended its 50th Anniversary celebration with support to the C. B. Dunbar Maternity Hospital in Gbarnga, Bong.
In the latest development in the testy Press Union of Liberia elections, aggrieved members of the group have withdrawn a complaint filed before the Civil Law Court, paving the way for a final resolution of the crisis surrounding the union’s elections.
Judge Roosevelt Willie of Criminal Court A has transferred the murder trial involving defendant Oliver Dillon to Criminal Court B at the Temple of Justice.
Farmers in Nimba and Bong are reporting dramatic improvements in crop yields and harvests this year, after the Netherlands-based NGO Solidaridad provided them with critical training interventions.
The judge of the Civil Law Court B, Roland Dahn, has ordered lifted the injunction placed upon the Press Union of Liberia’s previously scheduled election, which failed to take place on Saturday, Nov. 9.