Rep. Samuel G. Kogar is fighting to clarify media reports about how he entered the country through Buutuo, along Liberia’s border with Ivory Coast, on March 24 as he returned from Ghana amid halted flights and closed borders.
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.
A consortium of civil society organizations covering elections in Liberia, the Elections Coordinating Committee, says it opposes President George Weah’s recent nomination of Ndubusi Nwabudike, a naturalized Liberian, as the new head of the National Elections Commission.
Supreme Court Justice Jamesetta Wolokolie has called a conference with the judge in the case involving Montserrado’s tenth district lawmaker, Rep. Yekeh Kolubah. The citation comes after the judge denied the lawmaker’s request for a bench trial.
Liberia’s commerce minister, Wilson Tarpeh, has informed the House of Representatives that there will be a serious shortage of gasoline on the Liberian market in the coming weeks.
Judge Yamie Gbeisay will decide the fate of former defense minister Brownie Samukai and co-defendants today, Tuesday, in the economic sabotage case at Criminal Court C.
Health authorities and other vital government functionaries will appear before the House of Representatives on March 24 to brief lawmakers on Liberia’s preparedness in fighting the Coronavirus pandemic.
In a rare and recently unprecedented move, the House of Representatives suspended all its rules to ratify a US$40 Million financing agreement with the World Bank.