Residents of the Samuel K. Doe Community on the Bushrod Island, outside Monrovia early Saturday, got into an amazing drama with a full grown Malian bull or cow attacking and wounding at least one person.
The Police Support Unit (PSU) of the Liberia National Police has just ended at the Police Academy in Paynesville, a three month special training in how to control a riot. A total number of 700 officers of PSU took that training under the supervision the French gendarmerie.
The entire workforce of the Liberia National Port Authority (NPA) under the banner of the Dock Workers Union of Liberia on Friday of last week went on a strike action, stalling all activities of the Freeport of Monrovia for one whole day.
New fisheries regulations, which meet international standards and protect the ecosystem, have been approved by the Liberian Government. The new regulations, under the signature and seal of the Minster of Agriculture Florence Chenoweth, repeal the Revised Fishing Rules and Regulations of 1973.
Government has announced that it will this Friday begin the final payment of arrears to former members of the Armed Forces of Liberia or AFL and other ex-servicemen as well as current and past civil servants across the country.
Police spokesman George Bardue has disclosed measures to reduce theft, robbery, traffic congestion and accidents for the 2010 Christmas Celebration in Monrovia.
Residents of the Township of West Point are demanding the removal of their Commissioner, Demore W. Moore. They are accusing him of stealing L$3,128,000 (Three million, one hundred and twenty eight thousand Liberian Dollars) from 2007 to-present.
The Tusa Field community in the Township of Gardnersville, north of Monrovia on Monday came to a standstill, when a five year old girl, Patience Nyantee was mercilessly murdered by her aunt’s boyfriend identified as Jerry Weah.
Several Liberians reportedly duped of over 6 million Liberian Dollars plus some US$17,000 are pursuing a legal step at the Temple of Justice in Monrovia, as one of the arrested suspects extradited from Sierra Leone Yusuff Sesay is said to be locked behind bars at the South Beach Prison here.
The Regional Director for Africa of the United States Peace Corps, Mr. Dick Day, has disclosed that 20 more Peace Corps volunteers are expected to join the group of 40 already assigned in Liberia in June 2011.