28 January 2013

Liberia: Solicitor General Resigns?

Liberia's Solicitor General Cllr. M. Wilkins Wright has reportedly resigned from the government based on request from President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf.

Credible sources told this paper late Thursday evening that Cllr. Wright has already submitted his letter of resignation to the office of the President.

Cllr. Wright, a former Associate Justice of the Supreme Court and a trained lawyer has been in the legal profession for a protracted period with a wealth of experience.

The source further disclosed that Liberty Party National Chairman, Cllr. Fonatee Koffa has been earmarked to replace Cllr. Wright as the next Solicitor General of the Republic of Liberia. Details of the resignation will come in our subsequent edition.

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