Employees of the judicial branch of government have temporarily suspended their protest at the Temple of Justice in Monrovia after Finance Minister Samuel Tweah assured them of the government’s commitment to investigate their claim.
Judge Roosevelt Willie of Criminal Court A has transferred the murder trial involving defendant Oliver Dillon to Criminal Court B at the Temple of Justice.
Christopher Nyengar, the popular Hipco artist known as Christoph, has announced that he is donating furniture that was earlier seized by the Monrovia City Court to the judicial system.
Monrovia Mayor Clara Doe Mvogo has warned political parties to desist from posting campaign flyers on public buildings or facilities in the region.
The Liberian National Police on Thursday, May 18, charged and forwarded to court for prosecution eighteen students of the United Methodist University for their involvement in the May 12 protest in front of the Commerce Ministry.
On Friday, Richard Tolbert, one of the newest inductees in the ongoing Global Witness report investigation, filed a US$150,000 criminal appearance bond before Judge Emery Paye at the Temple of Justice.
The Senior Pastor of the Mission for Today Holy Church, Bishop P. Manasseh Conto, and his Assistant Pastor Steve Kettor on Monday, June 6, filed a criminal appearance bond valued at US$468,336 before Judge Emery S. Paye at the Temple of Justice.