President George Weah visited Grand Bassa over the weekend, where he endorsed former foreign minister Gbehzohngar M. Findley in his bid for the county’s Senate seat.
The Grand Bassa detachment of the Liberia National Fire Service has received a new fire truck from the government of Liberia.
Seventeen of the total 118 candidates for the Special Senatorial Elections who are current sitting representatives in the legislature wish to abandon the House and join the Senate. If any of them wins elections, their seat in the House of Representatives will become vacant, and the NEC will have to organize by-elections again.
Over six months after it was announced, the government is now set to distribute a promised COVID-19 stimulus package to 24,742 vulnerable households in Grand Bassa.
Some civil society organizations, politicians, as well as voters from Grand Bassa are expressing concern about the upcoming December 8 referendum. They say the limited public awareness about the three constitutional propositions would leave many voters in the dark.
The medical director of Buchanan’s Liberian Government Hospital has confirmed the receipt of an ambulance and an ultrasound scanner from the Ministry of Health.
The Ministry of Justice has concluded a regional consultative meeting with its partners to construct a draft policy aiming to formalize alternative dispute resolutions across the country.
Grand Bassa’s Sen. Jonathan L. Kaipay has been chosen by the Senate to represent Liberia at the ECOWAS Parliament, replacing Nimba’s Sen. Prince Johnson, who previously served as deputy speaker.