The Armed Forces of Liberia has found that one of its soldiers, Sieh Collins, failed to uphold the military’s regulations after he made a controversial Facebook post.
Liberia’s comptroller general is refusing to provide any information on the disbursement of US$200,000 appropriated for a feasibility study to be conducted on Liberia’s first military hospital.
When Abraham Morris’ home was burglarized a few months ago, he thought he could call the police emergency hotline and get assistance. But that number was not active for him.
A police officer has been reportedly attacked by private guards assigned to Benoni Urey, standard bearer of the All Liberian Party, during a campaign event.
The remains of a Nigerian national who was killed in an exchange of fire with the Liberia National Police on July 24, 2016, has apparently been abandoned by the government.
The speaker of the National Children Representative Forum has raised concerns over the mysterious deaths of children as the presidential and legislative elections draw closer.
At a recent news conference, David Sumo, who heads the Liberia Medicines and Health Products Regulatory Authority, called on the Liberia National Police, Immigration Service, Drug Enforcement Agency, Liberia Revenue Authority to help his agency arrest and confiscate the goods of drug peddlers and forward them to court.
Accidents kill more people in Liberia than malaria. These were the words of Sam Collins, police spokesperson.