The Monrovia City Court has ordered the arrest of the former student advocate Martin K. N. Kollie for alleging that a security officer at the Freeport of Monrovia is the prime suspect behind the murders of the two Liberia Revenue Authority employees.
Though endorsed as senatorial and representative candidates by the Unity Party, the Liberty Party, the Alternative National Congress, and the All Liberian Party, it appears that candidates Abraham Darius Dillion and Telia Urey are left alone to woo voters and canvass for opposition victory in vote-rich Montserrado, which seems unfair.
Days after a Bush Chicken report noted that Tubman University was experiencing issues recruiting professors because of a lack of funds provided by the central government, the university has gone on the offensive to issue a press release alleging that the story was â€œfalse and misleading.â€
The administration of the University of Liberia has on Friday, January 11 announced the immediate suspension of all student politics on its campuses.
On September 24, 2018, thousands of patriotic Liberians, out of firm conviction and love for country, petitioned your government and prominent international organizations (the U.N., A.U., E.U. and ECOWAS) through a mass peaceful protest, calling for an independent international forensic investigation into the missing containers of local currency amounting to L$16 billion.
The Liberian youth activist Martin K. N. Kollie has been elected as the deputy chief of the secretariat of the African Youth Forum, which was organized by Kenyan lawyer and political commentator, Professor Patrick Loch Otieno Lumumba.
In a September 20 op-ed written by Martin Kollie on the state of the education system and Education Minister George Wernerâ€™s role at the helm of the ministry, there were several misleading claims made by the columnist.