The Liberian government has announced the immediate reopening of the rape case involving ten underage girls at More Than Me Academy in 2014.
Police in Grand Bassa have arrested a 35-year-old man for beating his girlfriend to death.
Katie Meyler, the founder of More Than Me, has announced that she is temporarily stepping down as chief executive officer following the organization’s Liberia Advisory Board recommendation for an independent investigation into allegations of widespread negligence by the institution in protecting underage girls from sexual abuse and exploitation.
Less than a week since Time Magazine and ProPublica released a damaging report revealing sexual abuse of underage girls at More Than Me Academy, two women’s rights organizations have demanded that the government take specific actions.
Police in Grand Bassa have sent three suspects to court who were recently arrested for robbing a businesswoman.
Police in Bong have charged and sent to court two alleged culprits in connection to the murder of 17-year-old Satta Binda in Gbartala, Yellequelleh District.
The Liberia Drugs Enforcement Agency unit in River Cess has finally burnt L$500,000 (US$3,246.75) worth of marijuana it confiscated three weeks ago.
Sentenced to life imprison for killing his girlfriend and wounding two others, the scabs of Porkpah’s actions are still being seen and felt in the community.