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Eric Willise Wowoh, who is founder/executive director of the Change Agent Network/Opportunity Network Liberia (CAN/ONLIB), has been cleared of all rape allegations at two schools in Bong and Montserrado County
The Liberia National Police (LNP) has issued Eric Willise Wowoh their “confirmation clearance” clearing him of all alleged sexual misconduct (rape) that was said to have taken place within the Alexandria A. Andrews Academy School in Brooklyn Community, Gbarnga, Bong County and the Heart of Grace School located in Jacob’s Town, Rehab City View Community, Lower Johnsonville, Montserrado County.
ANC Political Leader Mr. Alexander B. Cummings in a joyous mood after being released by the court yesterday. The Political Leader of the opposition Alternative National Congress (ANC), Alexander B. Cummings was on Tuesday, January 4, 2022 released on bond by the Judge of the Monrovia City Court Jomah Jallah, following his appearance in court based on a writ of arrest served on him for the crimes of forgery and criminal conspiracy, which are in violation with Section 17.70 of the new penal Law of Liberia.
Amid a writ of arrest issued against the Chairperson of the National Elections Commission (NEC), Madam Davidetta Browne Lansanah by the Criminal Court ‘C’ at the Temple of Justice in Monrovia for what the Court described as the crime of predicate offense for money laundering (Insider trading and market manipulation), NEC’s sources say Madam Lansanah including the all members of the Commission is yet to receive the Liberia Anti-Corruption Commission(LACC) Investigative Report of the NEC’s Procurement of Goods and Services from Tuma Enterprises.
On International Anti-Corruption Day, the U.S. Mission in Liberia has said it stands in solidarity with all those committed to confronting and ending widespread corruption.
After listening to the case for two weeks, Jurors of the Facts at the Criminal Court 'A' at the Temple of Justice in Monrovia have unanimously found notorious armed robber Kesselle Mulbah alias Kezo guilty of murder.
The President of the Liberia National Bar Association(LNBA), Counselor Tiawan Gongloe, has said no one has the authority to tell a victim to forgive, saying ‘let by gones be by gones’ is to side with the perpetrators.
The Legal and Regulatory Advisor at USAID/LEPDA, Madam Sue Tatten, has expressed her unflinching support to law reform and has stressed the urgent need for support to the Law Reform Commission (LRC).
The Liberia Anti-Corruption Commission (LACC) says it has placed the entire leadership of the National elections Commission under full scale corruption investigation for the reported hiring of several pieces of thermometers costing around one hundred and eighty thousand United States Dollars.