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Liberia Justice Minister Sannoh resigns

Executive Mansion Release MONROVIA—President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has today received and accepted the resignation of Justice Minister, Cllr. Benedict Sannoh. According to an Executive Mansion release, President Sirleaf expressed appreciation to Cllr. Sannoh for his extraordinary legal talent exhibited in the performance of his duties as Minister of Justice and Attorney General of the Republic of Liberia. She has also urged Cllr. Sannoh to remain available to serve his Country in other capacities as the need may arise. Meanwhile, President Sirleaf has requested the Deputy Minister for Administration and Public…

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Politics 

SIX QUOTES: VERBATIM

1. “I can reconcile the country in a few months. I’ve lived with the problem. I’m part of the problem.” —-Candidate for the Liberian presidency, businessman turned politician Benoni Urey and former Charles Taylor aide in an interview with the Financial Times’ David Pilling. Urey admission is somewhat interesting, since he has always maintained he worked for the Liberian govt. and not Charles Taylor, and have always absolved himself of any wrong doing. 2.”Liberians will not be intimidated or cowed into submission when you choose to arrest individuals and/or frightens…

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Legal luminary or legal buffoon?

Recently, in the wake of the hullabaloo that followed the death of Harry Greaves, Liberia’s Justice Minister went on the rampage threatening people with arrest, simply because they were pointing fingers at the government for the demise of Greaves. Clllr. Benedict Sannoh’s threat was the result of the media giving voice to citizens who are aggrieved and damned right frustrated with the inability of the Justice Ministry under his watch to logically convince Liberians about the earlier deaths of two prominent citizens – Cllr. Michael Allison and Victoria Zayzay. What…

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