Vice President Jewel Howard-Taylor visited Bomi this past weekend to break grounds for the Bai T. Moore Rehabilitation Village Project in the county’s capital, Tubmanburg. The project, named after the famous son of the county, a poet and literary icon, possesses incredible historical and sentimental value for the people of Tubmanburg.
Residents of Gbarma and Kongbah districts have established a special vetting committee to select a lone Senate aspirant to avoid splitting their votes among several candidates.
Judge Nancy Sammie of the 11th Judicial Circuit Court has urged Bomi lawyers to put their client’s interests first and avoid only seeking to charge high legal fees.
Ahead of the West African Secondary School Certificate Exams, or WASSCE, the Varney Taylor Foundation has donated a consignment of textbooks to the Charles Henry Dewey Central High School in Tubmanburg, Bomi.
Bomi’s Senator Sando Johnson has kicked off a major road rehabilitation effort in the county ahead of the rainy season. The initiative, which will open many of the feeder roads that become damaged and nearly impassable during the rainy season, is expected to bring some relief to citizens.
Days after President George Weah delivered his third State of the Nation Address, some citizens of Bomi have expressed dissatisfaction over what they see as the administration’s neglect of their county in important national development efforts.
In the wake of growing concerns about the illegal sales of public lands in Bomi, Rep. Edwin Melvin Snowe has threatened to file a complaint before the legislature against county authorities, including the county superintendent, Adama Robinson.
The Association of Liberian Community Radios has officially launched a nationwide campaign to solicit citizens’ feedback on public service delivery.