Varney Sherman resists arrest
Written by Bridget Milton & By Ethel A. Tweh
The Government of Liberia has issued a search and arrest warrant for Senator Varney G. Sherman, Chairman of President Ellen Johnson’s governing Unity Party in connection with a recent Global Witness Report, linking him and several current and ex-officials to a bribery scandal with Sable Mining of Britain.
DEO urges students to keep focus
Written by Ramsey N. Singbeh, Jr. in Margibi
Salala District Educational Officer Samuel Y. Koenig
Amidst serious exams theft in Margibi County, the District Educational Officer for the Salala District School System in Bong County, Samuel Y. Koenig, has urged Liberians students to remain focus and law-abiding, if they are to make successful passes in the West African Examination Council or WAEC exams.
3 suspects arrested at Konola
Written by Lewis S. Teh
he Liberia National Police or LNP in Margibi County has arrested and detained three suspects in the ongoing investigation of examination theft at the Konola Academy, a secondary mission school in Cinta Township, District#5, Margibi.
Student, Young Groups not Part Petitioning
Written by Sally Gaye
A group under the banner, Consortium of Grand Gedeh Youths & University Students against the Continuation of Representative Zoe Emmanuel Pennue’s Tenure has categorically distanced itself from a recent petition statement issued by a few self-styled university students for the re-eletion of Representative Zoe Emmanuel Pennue.
EU optimistic of Liberia’s security capability
Written by Joe Abban
The European Union (EU) has expressed confidence in the Liberian Government’s ability to take full responsibility for its own security following the UN Mission in Liberia (UNMIL) drawdown at the end of June 2016. Both parties recognized that peace and security are germane to governance and development and therefore agreed to continue collaboration on justice and security sector reform and on the importance of appropriate resource allocation for the justice and security sector.