AFELL reports that persistent non-support has been the most prominent type of cases they have dealt with since launching their legal aid clinic.
The House of Representatives has unanimously cast a vote of no confidence in the deputy information minister for public affairs and declared him as “nongovernmental material.”
The Second Judicial Circuit Court in Upper Buchanan has sentenced the ringleader of a group of armed robbers to 30 years in prison.
Mulugeta Abebe, the United Nations Development Programme’s deputy country director for operations in Liberia, says the agency will continue to be a key and reliable partner to the government.
Finance Minister Samuel Tweah has unveiled what he termed as the Beijing Envelope, following Liberia’s participation in the Forum for China–Africa Cooperation, which ended recently in the People’s Republic of China.
The Samuel Kanyon Doe Sports Complex was the center of attraction on Tuesday, September 11 when President George Weah joined the Lone Star to play the Super Eagles of Nigeria in a FIFA international friendly match.
On Tuesday, September 11, when the national team was set to play Nigeria in a match that would honor President George Weah, a leaked internal document from the National Oil Company of Liberia showed that employees were told to leave at 3:00 p.m. to attend the game.
The Liberian government has renewed the services of the lobbying firm KRL International, which had worked to bolster the image of former President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf.