It is 9:44 pm in Monrovia on Wednesday, September 02, 2015

Minister Moore
To adequately manage primary, secondary and feeder roads in the country would require US$100 million every year, for the next 20 years, Public Works Minister, William Gyude Moore has said. Minister Moore made the assertion yesterday at the Ministry of Information’s regular press briefing in Monrovia.

Kofi Woods
Human Rights activist, Attorney Samuel Kofi Woods, has challenged the Liberian government to do what is right, or else “take me to a court of competent jurisdiction to answer for my stewardship.”

Temple of Justice
Three suspected drug traffickers, one of them a 7-month pregnant woman, had their lucky break in court yesterday when Judge Peter Gbeneweleh of Criminal Court ‘C’ ordered the “immediate release” of the defendants due to the Drug Enforcement Agency’s (DEA) “violation of the rights of those individuals.”

Flashback: DEA destroys some quantities of marijuana in Nimba recently
The Nimba branch of the national Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) has identified Wea Clan in Buu–Yao Administrative District as a marijuana production center in the county.

Flashback: DEA destroys some quantities of marijuana in Nimba recently
The Nimba branch of the national Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) has identified Wea Clan in Buu–Yao Administrative District as a marijuana production center in the county.

Some of the girls pose for a photo
President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has assured fourteen Liberian girls who were taken to Lebanon by Lebanese businessmen and were brought back home by her government that they will receive justice.

Minister Moore

Kofi Woods

Temple of Justice

Flashback: DEA destroys some quantities of marijuana in Nimba recently

Flashback: DEA destroys some quantities of marijuana in Nimba recently

Some of the girls pose for a photo

Top News

Sky Insurance Company Hunts for 7 Defendants in US$1.2 Million Theft Case

Lawyers representing Sky Insurance Company, the entity on whose promises seven of the ten former employees of the First International Bank (FIB) were released on bail, is gradually falling into trouble with Criminal Court “C,’ after they failed to produce the defendants before the court last Wednesday.

Business

The Chief Executive Officer of Shello Enterprise, Augustine Fayiah and House Speaker, Alex Tyler with many others over the weekend raised over L$180,000 for the construction of a Boys Town Market i

Sports

The Secretary General of the Liberia National Olympics Committee (LNOC) Joseph Willie has confirmed that Liberia would not participate in the 11th All-Africa Games, scheduled for September 4–19, in

Weird News


One of several destroyed houses in Foya District

Reports from northwestern Liberia’s Foya Statutory District say a heavy rainstorm has destroyed more than 216 houses including several of the schools in the district.

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