2013-02-11 13:30:34Le1.3 Million or Two Month Jail for Loitering[Concord]Freetown -Magistrate Komba Kamanda of court No. 2 yesterday slammed a Le1.3 million fine (Le130,000 each) or an alternative of two month imprisonment on thirteen accused persons - Amara Kajuei, Abu Bakarr Conteh, Foday Barilor, Abdulai Sorkor Kamara, Mohamed Alie Kalokoh, Sheika Samura, Yayah Sellu, Mohamed Sesay, Mohamed Sesay, Mohamed Algalie, Sheik Umar Alpha Sankoh, Plulip Gbaugau and David Kanu - who were docked on one count charge loitering contrary to the law of Sierra Leone.
Monday, 08-31-15, 16:43NEC Reminds Political Parties[Inquirer] As preparation begins for the conduct of the 2017 Presidential and Legislature Elections in the country, the National Elections Commission (NEC) has reminded all registered political parties of their obligation to abide by the requirements of Article 83(d) of the Constitution of Liberia. In a public service announcement issued over the weekend under the signature of NEC's Director of Communication, Joey T. Kennedy, the Commission reminded the political parties of Article 83(d) of the Constitution and Chapt
Monday, 08-31-15, 16:43Strengthening the Local Industry[Inquirer] While visiting The INQUIRER Newspaper on Friday, the head of the institution, veteran Liberian Journalist, Philip N. Wesseh, made a passionate plea to Liberia's foremost international movie star, Gregory Artus Frank to help strengthen the Liberian Movie Industry otherwise known as Lollyhood.
Monday, 08-31-15, 16:41NPP Has the Men to Lead Ghana - Boafo[Ghanaian Chronicle] Kumasi -A FORMER Minister and Founding Member of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Hon. Sampson Kwaku Boafo, has stated that the biggest trump-card of the opposition party, which sets it apart from other political parties is its crop of human resource capacity.