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.
Six gunmen stormed the Yarpah Town Police Station on Saturday morning and took away a motorcycle and a cell phone worth US$300, according to police.
Grand Bassa’s Senator Nyonblee Karnga-Lawrence has promised a formal apology to her colleague, Senator Saah Joseph of Montserrado, for spilling water on him after Thursday’s session.
The newly inducted Montserrado senator, Darius Dillon, has urged the All Liberian Party candidate in the 15th district by-election, Telia Urey, against honoring President George Weah’s invitation for dialogue after she was violently attacked.
Our democracy was on trial under Doe and Taylor. It is now on retrial under ex-soccer star George M. Weah. Things are falling apart so quickly. Lawlessness is hitting the roof. Violence and vandalism have become the new normal. The debris and scars of our dark past are fast evolving. Terror is back in the land.
President George Manneh Weah has indefinitely suspended two deputy director generals at the National Bureau of Concession.
Police Inspector General Patrick Sudue, along with Gender Minister Wilhelmina Piso Saydee-Tarr, are expected to appear before members of the House of Representatives on Tuesday to give reasons for the growing rate of teenage prostitution.
A lawyer representing 21 incarcerated defendants who were arrested by the Liberian National Police is warning that “big hands” with the Executive Branch are intimidating insurance companies to prevent them from issuing bonds to his clients.