Like him or not, President George M. Weah will be credited for offering youth the privilege to assemble at the table of governance with the golden opportunity to provide their insights in plotting a smooth trajectory for Liberia.
On Friday, September 25, Judge William Sando refused to recuse himself from the human trafficking case involving fifteen Liberian girls, as requested by the defense representing Lebanese national Abbas El Debes.
Lawyers representing the Lebanese national Abbas El Debes in the ongoing human trafficking case have filed a motion for Judge William Sando to recuse himself from the trial.
The Eleventh Judicial Circuit Court has denied a motion from defense lawyers representing defendant Abbas El Debes to have him transferred from the Tubmanburg prison to the Monrovia Central Prison to undergo medical treatment.
The hearing for the alleged human trafficking and gang rape case involving fourteen Liberian girls and Lebanese businessman Abbas El Debes has been postponed for the second time.