The Liberia National Police in Bong has finally charged David Tokpah, the suspended head of Natural Resource Management of the Central Agricultural Research Institute, as the main suspect in the theft of property case involving missing assets at Liberia’s Central Agriculture and Research Institute, CARI.
A Bush Chicken investigation has uncovered the location of several valuable items allegedly stolen from the Central Agricultural Research Institute, CARI. The missing items, including a 50kVA generator, fencing wires, and an air conditioner, were all discovered packed in a compound in the Millionaire Quarter Community in Gbarnga.
The representative of Bong’s sixth district, Moima Briggs-Mensah, recently completed and turned over a newly constructed bridge to the community of Garney in Bong.
Dennis Garsinii, a Bong citizen living in the U.S., has once again donated a large consignment of medical supplies to hospitals, clinics, and health facilities across Bong.
With 63 criminal cases on the docket for the November term of court, Judge Yarmie Gbeisay of the Ninth Judicial Circuit Court has expressed particular concern about the overcrowded docket and the need for speedy reduction of cases.
The superintendent residence in Bong, the official dwelling place of the county’s superintendent within the Civil Compound Community in Gbarnga, stands in ruins at the moment.
The Nursing Board of Liberia has completed an assessment of the nursing department of the Bong County Technical College in Gbarnga for possible accreditation.
Police in Bong arrested and sent to court Jackson Sulonkolo and Jonathan Hills for armed robbery, criminal conspiracy, and murder in connection to the shooting and killing of Sekou Swaray in Gbarnga.