The chairman of Margibi’s Project Management Committee, Thompson Nana, has disclosed that projects that were authorized to be funded with Margibi’s County Social Development Funds in 2019 are at about 85 percent completed.
Pres. George Weah is expected to continue his country tour, with a visit to Margibi expected today.
Following her experience in a violent by-election in Montserrado, young female politician Telia Urey has opened up on the challenges affecting women in Liberian politics.
A group under the banner of Solidarity of Lofa Citizens have presented a check of US$10,000 to Criminal Court C in restitution for Brownie Samukai, the county’s senator-elect.
The Senate has commenced hearings into the Central Bank’s request to print new banknotes to replace the current family of banknotes in circulation.
Former River Cess superintendent and independent candidate Wellington Geevon Smith has been declared winner of River Cess’s senatorial seat for the third and likely the final time.
Despite being declared a wanted man by the Liberian National Police on Friday, March 19, Unity Party Secretary-General Mohammed Ali has not been charged with any crime. The case is drawing condemnations from opposition groups that the police decision was politically motivated.
Sen. Jonathan Kaipay has broken grounds for an administrative building in Geegbarn Administrative District, located on the outskirts of Grand Bassa’s second electoral district.