Monthly Archives: August 2018

House Axe Falls On Justice Ja’neh – As Nimba Lawmakers, Others Resist His Impeachment

Following weeks of constitutional conflict between the Supreme Court and the House of Representatives  as it relates to the impeachment of Associate Justice Kabineh Ja’neh, members of the lower house of the 54th legislature has unanimously voted for the impeachment of Justice Ja’neh. The House reached the decision Tuesday, August 28, 2018 following the submission of an ad-hoc committees report

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For Physically Assaulting A Senior Staff, Liberia National Police Detained GT Bank’s Managing Director, Ayodeji Bejide

The Monrovia Times has received a video recording circulating on social media, linking GT Bank’s Managing Director, Ayodeji Bejide to physical assault. A man believed to be Mr. Ayodeji is seen physically assaulting one of his employees, Edward Freeman. Edward Freeman, an employee of the bank who was seen bleeding from his mouth alleged that his boss threw a calculator

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EPA Boss ‘Begs’ For Budgetary Support To Combat Flooding

The Executive Director of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Nathaniel Blama has called on the Legislature to consider increasing the entity’s budget due to its immense task of resolving environmental issues across the country. In a release issued in Monrovia, the EPA Executive Director appearing before the House of Representatives plenary on Thursday, August 23, 2018, said not much has

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VP Taylor Raps On women Issues at ECOWAS Delocalized Meeting in Monrovia

Vice President Jewel Howard-Taylor is calling on the regional Parliament to devote greater attention to issues of women empowerment in the West African Sub-region. According to VP Howard-Taylor, the need for more participation of women in politics consistent with confirmation by demographers that female population slightly exceeds the male population in the Region. She said devoting attention to women issues

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Kabineh Ja’neh Legal Counsel Threatened Sit-In Action

One of the Legal Counsel representing Justice Kabineh Ja’neh has threatened a sit-in action if the House of Representatives does not honor the citation from the Justice in Chambers, Seinah Youh. Counselor Arthur Johnson said the House’s refusal to honor the court, undermines the sanity and sacredness of the highest Court. Speaking at a Press Conference on Monday Cllr. Johnson

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