Calls to establish a war and economic crimes court in Liberia continue to gain momentum, despite a warning from the Liberian Senate to President George Weah to avoid “reopening old wounds.”
As the COVID-19 pandemic has led to a shortage of oxygen at health facilities across the Monrovia region, Montserrado’s Sen. Darius Dillon has donated 90 cylinders to the ELWA Hospital.
Rep. Mike Jurry of Maryland’s first district has broken grounds to construct a youth center in the township of Hoffman Station near Harper.
The chairman of Margibi’s Project Management Committee, Thompson Nana, has disclosed that projects that were authorized to be funded with Margibi’s County Social Development Funds in 2019 are at about 85 percent completed.
Pres. George Weah is expected to continue his country tour, with a visit to Margibi expected today.
Following her experience in a violent by-election in Montserrado, young female politician Telia Urey has opened up on the challenges affecting women in Liberian politics.
A group under the banner of Solidarity of Lofa Citizens have presented a check of US$10,000 to Criminal Court C in restitution for Brownie Samukai, the county’s senator-elect.
The Senate has commenced hearings into the Central Bank’s request to print new banknotes to replace the current family of banknotes in circulation.