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.
A US$120,000 bridge connecting Grand Bassa, Bong, and Nimba has been dedicated in Grand Bassa’s fourth district.
Grand Bassa’s Sen. Jonathan L. Kaipay has been chosen by the Senate to represent Liberia at the ECOWAS Parliament, replacing Nimba’s Sen. Prince Johnson, who previously served as deputy speaker.
After being blasted by Montserrado’s Sen. Darius Dillon for signing a recently passed recast budget, Grand Bassa’s Sen. Jonathan Kaipay has responded to the Liberty Party senator and explained his reason for his vote.
Grand Bassaâ€™s Sen. Jonathan Kaipay has broken ground for the construction of a 20-kilometer road in Doegbah Administrative District.
In the wake of the murder of the German national in Grand Bassa by armed robbers, the Liberian National Police has come under pressure to take concrete actions against smugglers and criminals in possession of single and double barrel guns across the country.
Grand Bassaâ€™s legislative caucus has held a one-day consultative meeting to discuss with citizens President George Weahâ€™s recently submitted amendments to the constitution.
Grand Bassaâ€™s Sen. Jonathan Lambort Kaipay has received an award from the U.S. chapter of the Joint Christian Choir Association International, a group of Bassa Gospel singers with chapters in Grand Bassa and the Americas.Â