Security


DEA Director-General Anthony K. Souh says his officers are deployed throughout the 15 counties

BIN Detains 14 Ghanaians in Grand Gedeh

The Monrovia City Court has incarcerated at the Monrovia Central Prison at least 14 Ghanaians on charges of theft of property, violation of the Penal Law and Forestry Law and the Alien Nationality Law of Liberia.

The 14 Ghanaians include George Agya Pong, Kofi Ywayo, Amos Anom, Boateng Yam, Samuel Opoku, and Moses Domeh. Others are Robert Kwuaku, Eric Yam, Kwauku Safo, Kwesi Asare, Kofi Agore, Damkwah Joseph, Kwabena Adu and Kwabena Afaa.


(L) Deputy Foreign Minister B. Elias Shoniyin, CNDRA Director, P. Bloh Saye (C), and Walter Y. Wisner of Land Commission

CNDRA Calls for Improvement in Records Care

The Director General of the Center for National Documents and Record Agency (CNDRA), Ms. P. Bloh Saye, has underscored the need to build the capacity of the institution and its staff in order to improve the preservation of records for the country and its people.


The thatched kitchen used by BIN as its ‘office’ on the border with Sierra Leone “We are operating from this makeshift place as national security officers. This does not look presentable at all for us as a country.”- BIN officer

3 Police, 4 BIN Officers Provide Security for Vahun District

The Daily Observer has been told that there are fewer than 10 law enforcement officers in Vahun District, Lofa County.

Three Police and four Immigration (BIN) officers provide security for a population of 17,137 in the district comprising three clans.

Vahun District is so close to the border with Sierra Leone that most of its residents conduct a majority of their daily business activities with the Sierra Leonean border town of Kenema.

Most of the inhabitants have the Sierra Leonean accent and are predominantly of the Mende-speaking tribe.


Minister of National Defense, J. Brownie Samukaim Jr, with AFL Chief of Staff, B/Gen. Daniel Ziankahn at a recent ceremony

Defense Ministry Refutes ‘Incomplete Training’ Allegation

The Ministry of National Defense (MOD) has refuted a report in a local newspaper alleging that soldiers of the Armed Forces of Liberia (AFL) have not been properly trained. The “Incomplete Training” allegation in the lead story in one of the local dailies in Monrovia suggests that the report had been leaked from an unauthorized source in the Senate.

In a release signed by the Assistant Defense Minster for Public Affairs, David K. Dahn, and distributed yesterday to all media houses in Monrovia including the one that published the article, MOD strongly refuted the claim.

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