In the latest development in the testy Press Union of Liberia elections, aggrieved members of the group have withdrawn a complaint filed before the Civil Law Court, paving the way for a final resolution of the crisis surrounding the union’s elections.
Facia Harris, the lone female presidential candidate in the Press Union of Liberia’s election who was disqualified by the elections committee, has vowed to ensure that her rights are respected.
As the Press Union of Liberia prepares for its congress in November, the election committee has qualified nine candidates to contest for the union’s leadership.
After being arrested and detained by Monrovia City police, a Bush Chicken reporter is now suffering from musculoskeletal pain resulting from physical assault, according to a medical report.
Liberia’s information minister, Eugene Nagbe, has apologized to the Press Union of Liberia for his recent derogatory comments against the journalism umbrella organization.
The Press Union of Liberia has suspended its vice president, Jallah Grayfield. This came after a probe into his participation in a bogus “PUL Prestigious Award” ceremony recently.