The Liberia National Police is investigating James Larmin Kargbo, a 41-year-old Sierra Leonean for attempted theft, money laundering, fraud, impersonation, and other offenses.
The Liberia National Police has charged and forwarded to court eight residents of the Caldwell community with multiple offenses.
On Monday, December 3, several aggrieved residents in the Caldwell community outside Monrovia gathered at 4 a.m. to set up a roadblock to demand electricity from the Liberia Electricity Corporation.
Commercial drivers in Bong have resumed normal traffic activities following Monday’s protest that saw drivers refuse to run traffic.
Philipbert Browne, the man who broke news about the mysterious disappearance of newly printed Liberian banknotes, says he did not receive the second communication from members of the legislature requesting him to reappear.
The National Elections Commission or NEC has officially announced the results of the November 20 senatorial and representative byelections for Sinoe and Montserrado’s thirteenth district, respectively.
On Friday, November 23, fire gutted two warehouses along with three bedrooms at the Coal Field community in Paynesville, destroying goods belonging to petty traders worth L$3 million (US$19,354).
Last week, Monrovia saw a series of interest events and happenings. The events focused on politics and the economic, thus attracting media coverage. This article gives a pictorial review of the week’s activities.