Mob violence thrives in Liberia partly because of a weak justice system. Crowded prisons, poor police gathering of evidence, and corruption can often mean that criminals are released without bearing the consequences required by the law.
Commercial vehicle drivers in Gbarnga staged several roadblocks early Monday morning at different venues along the Suakoko Highway.
Police in Gbarnga have arrested two members of a presidential taskforce established to retrieve vehicles from former government officials. Police allege that the two men tried to sell three of those government vehicles that were retrieved in Bong.
On Saturday morning, Jefferson Koijee, mayor of Monrovia, was involved in a motor accident along the Suakoko Highway.
The superintendent of police in Bong County, Frederick Nepay, is calling for increased citizens’ collaboration in preventing crimes in the county.
The Ninth Judicial Circuit Court in Gbarnga has commenced the trial of Moses Porkpah, the man who shot and killed his girlfriend, Dorris Nyan, on June 1 this year in Cow Farm.
Some citizens of Gbarnga late Sunday evening arrested a fleeing murderer, Moses Porkpah, after nearly three months of an intensive hunt for him.
Family members and friends of a 29-year-old woman who was mysteriously killed in Gbarnga have embarked on a peaceful demonstration calling on the government to ensure those responsible for her killing are arrested.