New Republic Special Awards 2016
Associate Justice Ja'neh and former Chief Justice, Madam Scott
A representative from FIND, receives his award as Civil Society of the year 2015
A representtaive from SDI receives his award as Environmental organisaiton of the year
GT bank representaive receives the award
GVL head of Communication receives his award from NEC official
Dr. Mills Jones, CBL governor representtaive receives the award for Dr. Jones
Cllr. Taiwan Gongloe, lawyer of the year receives his award from Associate Justice, Kabeneh Ja'neh
Mr. Charles Zuku, winner of the Civil servant award
An official from Social Security Corrrporaiton receives the award from former Chief Justice, Cllr. Gloria M. Scott
AS THE CORRUPTION CASE BROUGHT AGAINST CURRENT AND PRESENT OFFICIALS OF GOVERNMENT HEATS UP:
-THERE SEEMS HUGE ANXIETY ON THE PART OF DEFENDANTS
Defendants in the ongoing Sable Mining corruption case brought to be bare by a Global Witness report might, by and large, be in the state of anxiety, if not worry or troubled, owing to what appears as corroboration of testimonies by the first and second state witnesses against them, with the second witness (Blamo Koffa) largely flowing along with the first witness (Marc Kollie).
Liberia`s National Elections Commission (NEC) has vowed to uphold the Code of Conduct in the ensuing general and presidential elections in the country. Addressing a news conference at its headquarters in Sinkor Thursday, March 23, NEC chairman Cllr. Jerome Korkorya said that the election body has included into it criteria to qualify candidates the Code of Conduct.