Lomo: Take me to court

Sacked PS defends his personal wealth A SACKED permanent secretary has challenged those who accused him of amassing his properties using stolen public funds to take him to court. Francis Lomo, who was terminated in June this year from the Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Communication and Aviation, was speaking for the first time…

Kola trial starts

THE court has started hearing evidences into the traffic case against former Deputy Police Commissioner Walter Kola, Tuesday. The trial is in relation to the charges of careless & inconsiderate driving and failing to stop and report. Prosecution called seven witnesses and will call its key witnesses once he arrives from the province. The defence…

Paroled inmate returns for trial

PROSECUTION is ready for the trial on the intimidation charge against the life-timer prisoner released on parole. Public Prosecutor Margaret Suifa’asia yesterday confirmed to the court of prosecution’s position in relation to the trial. She said prosecution is ready for the trial on November 30. Mrs Suifasia however, said her colleague Florence Joel will be…

Opposition concern over report

THE Parliamentary Opposition Group was concern over recent media reports of the Prime Minister’s alleged meeting with former militants. In a statement the Opposition Group expressed serious concern whilst the details of the report are unclear. The statement added, the fact that it has been raised in the mainstream media and social media is very…

MPs yet to resign from party

THREE Members of Parliament have not resigned from Kadere Party after they deserted the Democratic Coalition for Change (DCC) government during the political upheaval last month. Kadere Party is one of the three parties besides United Democratic Party and People’s Alliance Party that formed the DCC government. Solomon Star understands the three MPs are former…