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.
Rep. Matthew Joe has presented a report to his constituents in Grand Bassa’s third district, detailing his legislative activities over the past two years.
The Supreme Court has upheld a previous decision by a lower court in finding former defense minister Brownie Samukai guilty of three corruption-related charges.
Nimba’s Superintendent Nelson Korquoi has announced that President George Weah will pay a five-day visit to Nimba beginning February 15.
Margibi Senator Emmanuel Nuquay has committed L$4,226,843 (US$25,865) to scholarships to students in the county for the 2020/2021 school year, according to his office.
Ndubusi Nwabudike, the Nigerian national who chaired the Liberia Anti-Corruption Commission, is finally leaving his LACC position following mounting pressure for him to be removed over unproven naturalization record.