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Make justice accessible to the poor-Prez. Weah

Jos GArneo Cephas
The inner view of the 11th Judicial Circuit Court dedicated by President George Weah in Bomi County.
The inner view of the 11th Judicial Circuit Court dedicated by President George Weah in Bomi County.

MONROVIA, LIBERIA-President George Manneh Weah is urging judges within the Judiciary to make justice accessible to all Liberian including the poor at all time.

President Weah said: “This is important because the court is the only true channel for redress in a democratic form of government.”

Mr. Weah commended Chief Justice, Francis Korpor Friday, March 2, 2018 in Tubmanburg, Bomi County for his leadership in ensuring the construction of the 11th Judiciary Court in the county when he dedicated the 11th Judicial Circuit Court building.

“The court should be used to instill transparency and accountability as government depends on them to fight corruption,” the Liberian leader said.

He urged Liberians to put the rule of law above personal interest in dispensing justice speedily for all, stressing that government is committed in working to develop the country in all aspects.  

The occasion was graced by several government officials and citizens including former President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf.

 


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