An international con artist who recently entered the country under the guise of making investment, took thousands of dollars’ worth of office equipment from business people on credit, employed dozens of Liberians and then ended in swindling over US$16000 from money exchangers, has been arrested.
Youth unemployment is a major threat to peace and security in Liberia which, unless addressed, could see the return of conflict to the West African country following a decade of peace, the president said.
Claims that 50 persons were detained at the Monrovia Central prison for periods well beyond statutory limits without trial Tuesday caught the attention of Criminal Court ‘A’ Judge Kuboi N. Nuta at the Temple of Justice here.
House Keeper Becomes Cellcom Millionaire The Millionaire Campaign of Cellcom GSM Company yesterday entered its fifth stage with a 26-year-old housekeeper proudly walking away with LD1000, 000.00.
Supporters of the ruling Unity Party across the country have embarked on a noncompliance decision with the party for marginalizing them but the Secretary General of the Party has refuted the allegation saying they attend all executive meetings.
The Ministry of Lands, Mines and Energy, in close collaboration with the Liberia Electricity Corporation (LEC), Monday officially inaugurated the Liberia Accelerated Electricity Expansion Project, an exercise which is expected to expand and distribute electricity from Monrovia to Kakata, Margibi County.
Uproar has ensued over the motorcade of President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf following the involvement of the head of the police detail assigned to her officer Perry Dolo and two others in the importation of 297 kg of marijuana into the country.
The Roberts International Airport was on Monday a scene of weeping and sadness when several CBL employees led by their Executive Governor, Dr. Joseph Mills Jones along with Board of Governors, family members and sympathizes converged to receive the body of Deputy Governor Theophius T.
The Managing Director of the Liberia Petroleum Refining Company (LPRC), T. Nelson Williams, II has been honored as Managing Director of the year, 2013 by one of Liberia’s most respected Civil Society Groups, Free Conscious Independent and Objective Thinkers of Liberia.
Transport Minister Tornola Varplah has warned more stringent measures against motorists if just one or two more deadly motorcycle accidents occur.