NPP misleads Supreme Court?
Written by Winston W. Parley
The former ruling National Patriotic Party (NPP) of imprisoned ex-president Charles G. Taylor has been accused of misleading and lying to the Justices of the Supreme Court of Liberia in order to secure an alternative wri t of prohibition against the certification of Margibi County senator-elect, James Tornolah.
Pro Tempore election tomorrow
Written by E. J. Nathaniel Daygbor
Members of the Liberian Senate may now be set to go to the poll tomorrow, Tuesday, January 20, 2015, to elect a new President Pro Tempore and chairpersons of a few statutory committees to stir the affairs of the Senate for the next three years.
The positions were made vacant as a result of the inability of Senators Milton G. Findley (President Pro tempore), Sumo Kupee (Chairman on Ways, Means, Finance and Budget), Lahai Lassanah (Chairman on Rules, Order and Administration) and Clarice Jah (Chairman on the Executive) to seek re-election in the December 20, 2014 Special Senatorial Election.
Who wants PYJ dead?
Written by Edwin G. Genoway, Jr.
Senator Prince Yormie Johnson of Nimba County has reported a narrow escape from death after a group of alleged armed men attempted to forcibly enter his home in Nimba last weekend.
Narrating his ordeal to his congregation during worship at his Christ of Faith Church in Paynesville, the man dubbed as “godfather” of Nimba politics said a group of men went to his residence at night with single barrel guns and cutlasses to assassinate him.
Sen. Grupee rallies Nimba citizens
Written by Franklin Doloquee, Nimba
Nimba County Junior Senator Thomas Grupee, is calling on Nimbaians to support recent decision of lawmakers for each electoral district across the country to be allotted US$1 Million for development.
Senator Grupee said when that is done, it would enable lawmakers to be involved with district and county development.
Amara Konneh Warns Liberian Youths
Written by Edwin G. Genoway, Jr. and Lewis S. Teh
Finance and Development Planning Minister (MFDP) Amara Konneh has warned the young people of Liberia against allowing themselves to be used by politicians to prosecute civil unrest in the country.