Bong County Police Commander Col. Fredrick Nepay has warned business people in the County to be on the watch for counterfeit U.S. dollars reportedly floating the market there.
Prosecutors and criminally indicted former Lands, Mines and Energy Minister Dr. Eugene Shannon,dubbed “Big Boy One”are expected to debate on the indictee’s request for Criminal Court “C” to include him on a US$1.5m criminal appearance bond earlier filed by defendant H. Varney G. Sherman in an economic sabotage case.
The Ministry of Internal Affairs has concluded a two-day intensive interactive forum on the Bong County Service Center. The Service Center is a one-stop shop government service delivery under its de-concentration program.
The Liberia National Police (LNP) says it is investigating the death of a 22-year-old woman, SiahTamba whose lifeless body was allegedly found in Buchanan City, Grand Bassa County.
A Kingdom Business Inc. General Construction Contractors (KBI) truckthat was allegedly rented by the Ministry of Education to supplyschool project in Nimba County was allegedly involved in a tragicmotor accident and instantly killed a motorcyclist identified as MarkTorlor, 34, on the Ganta-Saclepea highway.
Nimba County District#2 Representative Prince O.S. Tokpa has taken a youth advocate to court in the county for accusing the lawmaker of corruption. Advocate Joe Dawoyea is president of the NimbaYeedieh Youth for Sound Leadership.
Police have charged suspect Bill George, 19, with murder following the alleged gruesome killing of 20 year -old victim FickeeSuah, Jr. on 9th Street, Sinkor during a tussle that erupted over phone on the night of Christmas Eve, 24 December.
A New Dawn’s investigation has gathered that three local filling stations in Ganta, Nimba County are actively selling gas to business people from Guinea. Some of the petroleum stations engaged in this act are Aminata Gas Station, God Willing, and Ma.Queen Ad.
The University of Liberia Student Union (ULSU) says it will resist the President Ellen Johnson - Sirleaf’s Annual message due next Monday, 23 January through mass protest if the Legislature does not make available a $1.4 million US dollars agreed upon by the Plenary.
The Young Ambassadors for Peace or YAP, a local group says Liberia is at a crossroads and it’s time young people of Liberia do away with violence and engage in activities that will promote peace across the country.