Category Archives: Naws

Senate Confirms Mobutu Nyenpan

Following an impressive deliberation before the senate committee on Public Works on Thursday, February 15, 2016, the Liberian Senate on Friday, February 16, 2018 unanimously voted to confirm Mobutu V. Nyenpan as Public Works Minister along with his deputy for Technical Services and Assistant Minister for Administration.
Two weeks ago, President Weah nominated Mr. Nyenpan to the post of Public Works Minister pending confirmation by the Senate. Read more

Victim of Jealousy

Victim, Thelma Teah

-Boy Friend On Attack
-Wastes Boiling Oil On Girlfriend
By Priyanka Kiazolu
Police in Monrovia have arrested and detained a 40 year old man, Alexander Toe, for reportedly attacking his fiancée, Thelma Teah, age 33 with boiling oil cruelly in the Samuel K. Doe Community area.
Toe, who is under police investigation at the Zone 10th depot is struggling to defend his action; he is accused of burning his girlfriend causing her severe red-hot on her entire body including, chest, legs and right arm. Read more

Koijee Confirmed

-Becomes Monrovia City Mayor
By Lassana F. Donzo
The Liberian Senate has confirmed Mayor-designate of the Monrovia City Corporation (MCC), Jefferson T. Koijee.
Koijee’s confirmation has provided him the opportunity to succeed Clara Doe- Mvogo who served for nearly five years after former MCC’s revolutionary mayor, Mary T. Broh.
According to information available, Koijee is the first Mayor to be confirmed by the Liberian Senate since the end of the Liberian 14-yearcivil war. Read more

Former DEA Boss Exonerated

-Catalyst Newspaper Renders Apology
The Management of The Catalyst Newspaper has termed as highly “unprofessional, unethical and embarrassing” recent reports published in its February 5 and February 7, 2018 editions in which its Editor-In-Chief, Kpadeh Z. Smith, reported and made to be published erroneous, spiteful and totally inaccurate information about former Director of the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA), Anthony Souh. Read more

Coleman Seeks To Transform NBC

-Appears For Confirmation Hearing
By Anthony Selmah
Director General-designate of the National Bureau of Concession (NBC), former Police Chief, Gregory Coleman has promised to execute massive transformation at the Bureau when confirmed.
Coleman said over the years, the entity had operated like a “toothless bulldog” but declared that under his administration, he would make the NBC vibrant. Read more

Police Arrest Man, 36

-In Connection With Shooting Single Barrel Gun
By Kermu O. Massaquoi
Police in Monrovia have arrested a 36 year old man in connection with shooting of single barrel gun in the compound of a businessman, Thomas C. Woiwar.
Suspect Prosper J. Laquie been charged with armed robbery and criminal conspiracy. He has been sent to court.
According to complainant Woiwar, on Saturday, February 10, 2018, at the hour of 10:p.m, while in bed browsing on his cell phone, a group of unknown men armed with knives, single barrel guns and other deadly weapons forcibly entered his home and placed inhabitants of the resident under gun point. The armed men, according to him, threatened to kill him along with his son. Read more

EFFL Wants Pres. Weah Focus On Unemployment, Agriculture, Sanitation

President Elect George Weah

One of Liberia’s leading progressive and revolutionary organization operating in the Country, ‘Economic Freedom Fighters of Liberia (EFFL)’is encouraging President George M. Weah to focus on designing programs and agendas that will enable Liberians to own concessions in Liberia rather than thinking about foreigners becoming citizens in our country. Read more

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