Police, Justice silent on Allison's death
Written by E. J. Nathaniel Daygbor
Since February 13, 2015, when the lifeless body of Cllr. Michael Allison was discovered on the beach in the Sinkor suburb of Monrovia, the Liberian Government, through the Liberia National Police announced an immediate investigation into the circumstances leading to the man’s death.
Police criticize recruitment policy
Written by Winston W. Parley
Liberia’s Acting Police Director, William K. Mulbah, has criticized past police recruitment policy executed by UNPOL, which saw high school dropouts and elementary students enrolled into the Liberia National Police.
Ellen wants WASH facilities in Liberian schools
President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has emphasized the need to have a full functional and comprehensive Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) program in all Liberian schools, President Sirleaf said work must be done to ensure that Liberian schools experience 100 percent WASH programs within the next two years, thereby reversing the lack of proper water, sanitation and hygiene in all schools that have plagued the society despite tremendous efforts to improve these conditions.
UNDP empowers market women
Written by Lewis S. Teh
Marketers, mainly women, have benefitted cash assistance from the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP).
Maritime contractors petition lawmakers
Written by Sally Gaye
More than 300 contractors of the Reclaiming Liberia Beaches and Waterways Project have petitioned the 53rd Liberian Legislature for direct and immediate intervention over prolonged pay delay by the Liberia Maritime Authority, which implemented the program.