Officials in Margibi have now agreed for a second county sitting in Kakata to determine the allocation for a US$1 million social development fund, amid mounting pressures from citizens.
For the second time in less than a week, money exchangers in Harbel have disrupted ongoing preparations of the Margibi Sports Association in demand of US$8,000 they say the county owes them.
When Liberian politician Jeremiah Koung was campaigning for a seat in parliament in 2011 elections, he promised better health care for his constituents through a private hospital run by a foundation named after his mother and daughter.
Margibians are largely commending President George Weah for appointing one of their sons as minister of education.
Thursday marked the third time the bill was presented in the Senate without passage.
Just a few months after calling for Liberians to maintain all 73 representatives in electoral districts across the country, House Speaker Emmanuel Nuquay has flipped his position.
Citizens in Margibi are requesting Senator Jim Tornonlah to accept the proposal to cut down his salary and benefits.
Barely one week after a proposal calling for a reduction in the salaries and benefits of public officials was presented to the Liberian Senate, some senators have strongly rejected the proposal.