- Senator Nyonblee Karnga-Lawrence Appears Being Preferred to be Next President Pro-Tempore of the Liberian Senate
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- Liberia launches 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence campaign
- Liberia: University Lecturers for Boakai’s Election Congratulate President-elect Boakai and VP-elect Koung
- Liberia: River Gee County Association in Americas Congratulates President-elect Boakai
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- Liberian Boxer Samuel Teah Shot to Death
Author: Mae Azango
MONROVIA – Mr. Peter Nyanway has accused Grand Gedeh Resident Judge, George S. Wiles Jr., of unlawfully holding his daughter Janet Nyanway at the Grand Gedeh Correction Palace for receiving mobile money from him on behalf of her boyfriend, who had entered into a timber contract with the Judge but disappeared without providing the timbers.
The Civil Society National Reference Group (CS NRG), under the European Union Spotlight Initiative program, presented its year-end report with emphasis on human rights violations, mostly violence against women, girls, and marginalized groups that cut across all countries and cultures.
MONROVIA – The National Muslim Council of Liberia has extended its heartfelt congratulatory message to Liberia’s President-elect, Ambassador Joseph N. Boakai, on his victory in the recently concluded elections. The Council, through its Chairman Alhaji Ibrahim Fumba Sheriff, said the remarkable achievement not only reflects the trust and confidence the people of Liberia have placed in President-elect Ambassador Boakai but also represents a significant milestone in the democratic journey of a great nation.
MONROVIA – The head of the Delegation of the European Parliament, Mr. Leopoldo López Gil, has once again highlighted the misuse of state resources by the government and local government staff for campaigning during working hours, as well as the use of government buildings and vehicles.
MONROVIA – G.W. Gibson High School in Monrovia witnessed firsthand electoral violence when riot police from the Liberia National Police (LNP) intervened in a serious confrontation between Representatives Acarus Moses Gray of the ruling Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC) and newly elected Representative Prince Toles of District 8, Montserrado County.
MONROVIA – A 13-year-old boy allegedly shot and killed an 82-year-old woman in Grand Gedeh County on Sunday, November 5, 2023. Franky Toffoi is accused of firing a single-barrel gun at his 82-year-old aunt, Mama Barwu, causing her death in Toffoi Town, District 2. Toffoi Town is just a 15-minute drive from Zwedru City.
MONROVIA – Fifteen-year-old Julie (not real name) could never have anticipated that her biological mother, Ophelia Momo, would resort to such extreme measures as pouring caustic soda on her, because she, Julie, had taken L$100.00 from her.
MONROVIA – Decontee Weah, a local petty trader selling at Waterside Market, who never anticipated leaving her goods two days ago, had to run for her life and hide in a nearby store when rumors of gunmen in the market broke out, leaving marketers in disarray. She stated that due to the previous chaos caused by rumors, before the announcement of electoral results, the entire market could turn into a ghost town, as everyone might leave out of fear.
MONROIVA — European Union (EU) Chief Observer, Andreas Schieder, who has been in Liberia since the end of August, stated that as EU observers, they take Liberia’s electoral process very seriously. Speaking with local journalists at the University of Liberia (UL) polling site, Mr. Schieder, accompanied by his Deputy Chief Observer Jarek Domanski and two other observers, mentioned that there are 100 EU Observers deployed throughout the country, with 20 teams of observers working alongside the African Union (AU) and ECOWAS.
MONROVIA – Sherman Cooper, an alleged kidnap victim who narrowly escaped his captors, spoke from his hospital bed, recounting the harrowing incident that left him with wounds on his backside, neck, and private parts. Cooper explained how a failed kidnap attempt unfolded.