Days after President George Weah delivered his third State of the Nation Address, some citizens of Bomi have expressed dissatisfaction over what they see as the administrationâ€™s neglect of their county in important national development efforts.
Senate Leader Predicts Challenging Third Session, Amid Mid-Term Senatorial Election in October
As members of the senate reconvened for its third session on Monday, Senate President Pro Tempore Albert Chie has predicted a challenging session amid the upcoming senatorial election in October.
River Cess Teachers Demand Salary Arrears Paid Before Returning to Classroom
Since the end of the Christmas and New Year break, public schools in River Cess have not reopened, as some teachers in the county are demanding the payment of five-month salary arrears they say the government owes them.
U.S. Ambassador, Others Call for Transparent Process for Protest Permits
Heads of prominent foreign missions in Monrovia, including the United States, ECOWAS, E.U., and the U.N., have called on the government to employ transparency in the process of issuing permits for large street demonstrations in Liberia.
Liberian Immigration Investigates Henry Costa for Alleged Use of Fraudulent Travel Document
The Liberia Immigration Service has announced that it has formally opened an investigation of talk show host Henry Costa for what authorities claim to be forged travel documents he used to enter the country on Dec. 19, 2019.
Five Protesters Sent to Court for Offences Connected to Jan. 6 Protest
The Liberian National Police has forwarded to court five protesters who were part of protests organized by the Council of Patriots on Monday, Jan. 6 in Monrovia.
Amid Report of Police Use of Excessive Force, Protest Organizers Want Inspector General Dismissed
The Council of Patriots, the organizer of the anti-government protest held on Monday, January 6, is demanding the dismissal of the inspector general of the Liberia National Police, Patrick Sudue, for the use of excessive force by police officers to disperse peaceful protesters.
In Stinging Defeat to Government, Civil Law Court â€˜Bâ€™ Restores Punch FMâ€™s License to Operate
On Tuesday, Jan. 7, Judge Peter Gbenewelleh of Civil Law Court B dealt a major blow to the government in a case filed by the management of Punch FM 106.3, in which the government continues to deny the issuing the stationâ€™s operating license. The judge ruled in a declaratory judgment that the government must immediately issue Punch FMâ€™s license. Â