The Liberia Anti-Corruption Commission has concluded a regional consultative meeting in Buchanan, ahead of a National Anti-Corruption Conference slated for September 15-16.
As the Dec. 8 senatorial elections draw near, the race to represent Grand Bassa at the Senate has received another contestant. Humanitarian Magdalene Harris has agreed to run after being petitioned by citizens.
The opposition alliance, the Collaborating Political Parties, has endorsed the political leader of Liberty Party, Sen. Nyonblee Karnga-Lawrence to vie for re-election in Grand Bassa.
Health authorities in Grand Bassa have revealed numbers that show a significant decrease in the utilization of health services in the county during the COVID19 outbreak. Most notably, it shows a 22.5 percent reduction in the number of children vaccinated from the first three months of the year to the first three months of the COVID-19 lockdown.
The United Nations Development Programme has turned over a renovated warehouse and newly constructed fence at the local office of the National Elections Commission in Buchanan.
Judge Joe S. Barkon of Grand Bassa’s Second Judicial Circuit Court is calling for an expansion of the Buchanan Prison Compound in a bid to reduce the crowded nature of the prison.
Former foreign affairs minister, Gbehzohngar Milton Findley, has finally responded to petitions from citizens of Grand Bassa requesting him to contest in the upcoming senatorial election on December 8.
A tragic motor accident along the Buchanan-Monrovia highway has left three dead and seven persons wounded. The vehicle belonged to Rep. Fonati Koffa of Grand Kru’s second district.