Police in Ganta, Nimba County have arrested a 46-year-old man for allegedly stabbing a son of the late public defender, Samuel Belleh in the county. An eyewitness narrated to this paper that the victim, 20-year-old Mark Belleh was stabbed multiple times in his abdomen, with his intestines coming out.
The Special Representative of the Secretary General for West Africa Dr. Mohamed Ibn Chambas has called for a credible, transparent and fair electoral exercise in Liberia, and a subsequent peaceful transition to a newly elected government in 2018.
Two women, a Sierra Leonean and a Liberian have reportedly been apprehended in the provisional district of Gbarma in Gbarpolu County, northwestern Liberia while attempting to sell two little girls.
Two notorious armed robbers were early Wednesday morning (December 21, 2016) gunned down by a vigilant officer of the Liberia National Police Emergency Response Unit (ERU) in New Kru Town, Bushrod Island.
School-age kids at the program
The founder of the Faith Child Care Center, which caters to orphans, destitute and abandoned children, has disclosed plans to construct a dormitory, clinic and skill training center, including daycare facility, respectively for school-age kids in Nimba County Electoral District#8, who are out of school.
Criminal Court “D” that is responsible to hear armed robbery cases at the Temple of Justice in Monrovia has denied a motion filed by convicted armed robber Frederick R. Walker to allow him seek medication abroad.
Unity Party Presidential hopeful, Vice President Joseph NyumaBoakai has expressed deep worries about smooth conduct of elections in October. Mr. Boakai, who is also President of the Liberian Senate said, the biggest challenge the country is faced with this 2017 is Presidential and Representatives elections barely 10 months down the road.
Liberia’s international model Miss United Nations Earth Mollyn Duwelle Jarbo has assured students and the administration of the Lady Erma Children Foundation Precious Gift International School in Central Monrovia of her desire to assist the institution with food and educational materials.
Over 15,000 local government employees across the country may lose their respective jobs if a draft local government act currently before President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf for perusal is passed into law.
President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has commissioned six senior government officials recently confirmed by the Liberian Senate while at the same time - recognized their efforts as people who have served the Government and people of Liberia so well, that deserved continuous recognitions and elevations.