Representative Prince K. Moye of Bong’s second electoral district has presented a report to constituents detailing his accomplishments over the past five years.
Students from 26 universities and colleges in Liberia congregated in Gompa last weekend for the Union of Nimba University Student Association to elect its first ever leadership to a two-year term.
A group of young people in Massaquoi’s Village, Bong County, have embarked on cassava farming to improve the living standards of inhabitants within their village.
Firestone Senior High School is building itself a reputation as a school of high achieving students.
Cuttington University’s image as the nation’s premier institution of learning does not match its haphazardly planned commencement ceremony.
Timothy Nevin is a University of Florida trained American historian whose love for Liberia has led him to lecture at two Liberian universities.
Rep. Larry P. Younquoi of Nimba’s ninth electoral district called in to the Voice of Gompa radio station Wednesday morning to inform listeners that the final public hearing to determine the propositions for the constitutional referendum was underway at the Capitol Building in Monrovia.
The president of the Liberia International Christian College in Ganta has disclosed plans to bring the college’s educational standard in line with other institutions in Liberia.