Health authorities in Liberia have announced a new confirmed Ebola case in Margibi County. The head of Liberiaâ€™s Incident Management System Tolbert Nyenswah told UNMIL Radio in Monrovia on Tuesday that Abraham Meyongar, a 17-years-old died on Sunday, June 28 at his fatherâ€™s residence in Unification City.
A candidate for the Liberian Presidency in 2017â€™s general and presidential elections, Ambassador Nathaniel Barnes, says he intends to enter into a covenant with the Liberian people. His priority is to get the country back on track and well into growth and development using five key areas of focus.
Economist Jimmy Keyan has described the passage of a bill to amend the countryâ€™s pension law as “untimely and inappropriate.”
Citizens in Lower Margibi foresee another failed project due to the irregularities in the ongoing construction of Cotton Tree town hall.
The Acting Mayor of Unification City in the Mboo Statutory District in Margibi, Emanuel Fatumay has announced plans to begin the collection of municipal taxes on business situated within the city.
Authorities at the Kakata Community College say there has been a 2.7 percent decline in the number of students enrolled at the school after schools opened in March.
The Margibi Chapter of the Federation of Road Transport Union of Liberia has elected a new corps of leader. The election took place on Saturday, June 2 at separate polling centers in Harbel and Kakata.
The construction of a town hall in Unification City, near Roberts International Airport, is far from complete, nearly five years after the project started.