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Minister of State Pledges L$5 Million in Loans as Part of CDC Campaign

Minister of State Pledges L$5 Million in Loans as Part of CDC Campaign

The minister of state for presidential affairs, Nathaniel McGill, has pledged L$5 million (US$25,000) in micro-loans to Coalition of Democratic Change constituents and families living within 52 communities in Montserrado’s sixth district.

Impeachment Trial Takes Full Shape as Associate Justice Ja’neh Completes Testimony

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.

Ja’neh’s Impeachment Proceedings Suffers Setback after Petition for Chief Justice’s Recusal

The much-anticipated impeachment proceeding for Associate Justice Kabineh Ja’neh suffered another delay on Thursday following a request by the defendant’s lawyer for Chief Justice Francis Korkpor to recuse himself from presiding over the case.

Philipbert Browne to Appear Before Lawmakers Over Bribery to Print New Banknotes

Philipbert Browne, the owner, and publisher of the Hot Pepper newspaper that broke the news about the missing billions in new banknotes on September 13, is due to appear before lawmakers today, Nov. 22, to testify about claims he has made that representatives received bribes to authorize the printing of the new notes.

Was Weah’s Appointment of Ad-Hoc Justice in Ja’neh Prohibition Proceeding Supported by Law?

On Tuesday, October 30, the Executive Mansion announced that President George Weah appointed J. Boima Kontoe, a resident judge of the Ninth Circuit Court in Bong, as ad-hoc justice to sit for the hearing and determination of a writ of prohibition in the matter brought on behalf of Associate Justice Kabineh Ja’neh of the Supreme Court.