Exactly a year ago, President George Weah announced a free tuition policy for public tertiary schools across the country. In a Facebook post last October, the president wrote, “Today, I’m excited to announce that I have declared the University of Liberia and all other public universities in Liberia tuition-free for all undergraduates.”
Members of the Liberia National Association of the Blind in Bomi have called for adjustments in voting conditions for people with disability, especially for visually impaired voters.
Criminal Court C judge Peter Gbenewelleh has ruled in the Sable Mining corruption trial, clearing all eight defendants of their charges.
Former President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf will not testify in the Sable Mining corruption case currently being tried at Criminal Court C.
Unity Party has announced that it reinstated six out of eight senators whose membership were suspended from the party for failing to adhere to the party’s position in the impeachment proceedings against former Supreme Court associate justice Kabineh Ja’neh.
Trial failed to resume on Wednesday in the Global Witness corruption case after state prosecutors requested for additional time to prepare for further arguments.
Unity Party announced on Tuesday that it has suspended the membership of eight senators for failing to adhere to its position in voting for the impeachment of former Supreme Court associate justice, Kabineh Ja’neh.
The Liberian Senate on Tuesday cut short its official plenary session to pay tribute to one of its members, Sen. Geraldine Doe-Sheriff of Montserrado, who died on Saturday, February 9 in Accra, Ghana.