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 administration’s neglect of their county in important national development efforts.
In the wake of growing concerns about the illegal sales of public lands in Bomi, Rep. Edwin Melvin Snowe has threatened to file a complaint before the legislature against county authorities, including the county superintendent, Adama Robinson.
On Saturday, the Liberia Football Association hosted its first major awards ceremony, presenting the first division’s Most Valuable Player award to Christopher Jackson, along with a Toyota Corolla and L$250,000 (US$1,185).
Members of the House of Representatives have voted to pass the Domestic Violence Act. The lawmakers took the decision on Thursday, July 4, allowing the bill to be forwarded to the Senate for a vote.
With barely two days to the June 7 protest, Monrovia saw a buildup of tension that produced unrests in some parts of the capital.
A 35-man delegation of the ECOWAS Parliament has ended a two-day fact-finding mission at two of Liberia’s main border points.
Lamii Kpargoi, a media lawyer, says that it is not an offense to photograph a public official once it is done in a public space.
Vendors attributed the fluctuation to rumors and fears that Weah’s address would have ordered an immediate decrease in the value of the U.S. dollars on the market.