The gasoline shortage which caused a major crisis across Liberia, appears to have abated as retailers nationwide are receiving adequate supplies and pumping them out to the general public.
Jurors involved with trials at the Temple of Justice are accusing the judiciary of not paying them for services they rendered during the May term of court.
As staff at Tubman University have expressed their displeasure with the government’s salary harmonization policy, the university’s president, Elliot Wreh-Wilson, says the move is beyond the government’s control.
Legislative scrutiny of the draft 2019 budget will finally kick off on Wednesday, July 30 after a period of delay following the official submission by the Executive Branch.
Nearly six months since the Liberian government announced an agreement with Prista Oil Holding EAD to develop the Port of Buchanan, an investigation suggests that the pending agreement may violate public procurement laws.
Tubman University has graduated 208 students from its six colleges.
Judge Boima Konto of Criminal Court C has dropped Charges of multiple criminal offenses against the former managing director of the National Port Authority, Maltida Parker, and her comptroller, Christina Pealay.
The impeachment trial of Associate Justice Kabineh Ja’neh has now taken full shape as the defendant himself ended his testimony on Thursday, March 21, after taking the witness stand on Monday, March 18. Ja’neh pleaded not guilty of all charges levied against him by the House of Representatives.