The corpse of a suspected Nigerian armed robber killed in July 2016 during an exchange of gun fire with officers of the Liberia National Police has been apparently abandoned by the government at the Solomon Tubee Funeral Home in Margibi.
The Ministry of Justice is seeking an investigation into accusations made by Montserrado’s 10th district representative, Yekeh Kolubah, against the Liberian National Police and its inspector general, Patrick Sudue.
UN Women office in Liberia has provided over US$7,000 worth of assorted office supplies to the Sexual Gender Based Violence Crimes Unit at the Ministry of Justice.
Amid a planned demonstration on Monday, September 24 outside the U.S. Embassy on Benson Street, the Liberian government has assured all citizens and residents to go about their normal activities on the day of the protest.
The government of Liberia has extended an invitation to the National Civil Society Organization and other institutions to form part of the team investigating the whereabouts of the reported L$16 billion of newly printed bank notes.
In the wake of mounting pressure from the local media and public over the apparent disappearance of containers and bags of monies, Eugene Nagbe, Liberia’s information minister, says the government cannot confirm that there is money missing.
The Second Judicial Circuit Court in Upper Buchanan has sentenced the ringleader of a group of armed robbers to 30 years in prison.
Judge Emery S. Paye has retired as the resident judge of the Eighth Judicial Circuit Court in Sanniquellie.