One of the defense lawyers representing the convicted murderer of Super FM journalist Tyron Brown has vowed to appeal the conviction and sentencing of his client at the Supreme Court.
Just a day after he was petitioned by Bomi residents to contest in the upcoming senatorial election, Adama Soko Dorley has begun distributing medical supplies to about 25 clinics in the county. The supplies included gloves, masks, and different types of drugs.
Judge Nancy Sammie of the 11th Judicial Circuit Court has found Jonathan Williams guilty of murdering Super FM journalist Tyron Brown.
The auxiliary group of a senatorial aspirant, Adama Soko Dorley of Bomi, has begun renovating a number of public and private schools across the county. The process, which commenced with the Gbah Jakeh Public school, is expected to impact 52 public and private schools across the countyâ€™s five administrative districts, according to Musa Ballo, the spokesperson of the group.
The Forestry Training Institute, located in Tubmanburg, has graduated 58 students in various forestry-related disciplines. Additionally, 11 members of the instituteâ€™s confiscation unit received training as part of an in-service program at the Forestry Development Authority.
Jonathan Williams, who is on trial for the death of Super FM journalist Tyron Brown, has admitted in open court that he stabbed the victim three times in a fight, but insist it was in self-defense. The defendant made these statements at the 11th Judicial Circuit where the case is currently being tried.
Vice President Jewel Howard-Taylor visited Bomi this past weekend to break grounds for the Bai T. Moore Rehabilitation Village Project in the countyâ€™s capital, Tubmanburg. The project, named after the famous son of the county, a poet and literary icon, possesses incredible historical and sentimental value for the people of Tubmanburg.
Judge Nancy Sammie of the 11th Judicial Circuit Court has urged Bomi lawyers to put their clientâ€™s interests first and avoid only seeking to charge high legal fees.