One Media Incorporated, which owns Punch FM, has filed a lawsuit against the government at the Civil Law Court of Monrovia.
Chief Justice Francis Korkpor has cautioned the government against implementing a pay cut for officials of the judiciary.
Popular radio station Roots FM was shut down on Thursday, October 10 after the Monrovia City Court issued a writ of search and seizure warrant to retrieve several equipments at the station, including the station’s transformer.
Four persons have been incarcerated at the Monrovia Central Prison for their involvement in last Thursday’s protest at Catholic Junction in Congo Town.
Jurors involved with trials at the Temple of Justice are accusing the judiciary of not paying them for services they rendered during the May term of court.
Judge Roosevelt Willie has imposed a fine of US$50 on lawyers representing the interest of Montserrado’s tenth district representative, Yekeh Kolubah, and four other defendants, in a murder attempt trial.
Miss Liberia, Wokie Dolo, has clarified reports circulating on social media that her entertainment company has abandoned Miss Earth Liberia while she was transiting through Ghana to the Philippines.
Christopher Nyengar, the popular Hipco artist known as Christoph, has announced that he is donating furniture that was earlier seized by the Monrovia City Court to the judicial system.