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Convicted Land Dealer Indicted on New Charges

Johnny Hills, the man whom the jury of Criminal Court ‘C’ found guilty and is waiting to be sentenced for his involvement in the sale and execution of a deed for 2 acres of land last year, has been indicted again in connection with the sale of another 1.2 lots.

The new indictment was issued on December 28, 2016 by the Grand Jury of Montserrado County charging him with criminal conveyance of land and forgery.


The deserted work houses in Camp # 1

The renovated main office.

Cocopa Resumes Operation

After months of stagnation, the Cocopa Rubber Plantation in Nimba County on Monday January 16 officially resumed operation.

A tour of the concession yesterday revealed little sign of progress, except for the rehabilitation of the road in the concession area, the renovation of the main office and the restoration of its warehouse.


Two Union Strong Group staff members process license plates on one of the two machines.

Two License Plate Processors in Operation at MOT

The Ministry of Transport (MOT) on Monday, January 9, announced the arrival of two license plate processors in the country. This means license plates will no longer be processed abroad as used to be the case.

Transport Minister Sam Wlue told journalists during a brief display that the ministry will not accept any excuses from vehicle owners who ply the streets without license plates.


Rotary DG Adediran

Rotary Int’l DG Arrives Tomorrow

The newly elected District Governor (DG) of Rotary International Club for 2016 and 2017, Aristide Tino Adediran, will arrive in Liberia tomorrow for a weeklong visit.

According to Mrs. Nadu Cooper, Assistant Governor of the Rotary Club in Liberia, DG Adediran, who hails from Senegal, is a long-serving Rotarian with vast experience.

He has reportedly served the Rotary family in various capacities at the district, national and international levels.


Sen Peter Sonpon Coleman; Public Works Minister Gyude Moore

‘What Happened to US$40M Road Maintenance Fund?’

The deplorable condition of roads in the southeast of the country has prompted three Senators from the area to write the Senate plenary requesting an explanation on what happened to “a little over US$40 million collected from January to December 2016, purposely for the maintenance of the existing roads and construction of new ones.”

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