The Liberian Senate has voted to reject three of President George Weahâ€™s nominees for the Central Bank of Liberia Board of Governors. The nominees are Richard A, Dolley, Timothy Thomas, and James B. Dennis.
Grand Bassaâ€™s Sen. Jonathan Kaipay has provided an assortment of medical supplies donated by international partners to the Grand Bassa County Health Team.
Efforts to reconstruct the damaged bridge leading to Grand Bassa Community College appear to have suffered a setback as Sen. Jonathan Kaipay has announced that the US$350,000 set aside by USAID to assist the government in constructing the bridge has been diverted to another project.
Unity Party announced on Tuesday that it has suspended the membership of eight senators for failing to adhere to its position in voting for the impeachment of former Supreme Court associate justice, Kabineh Jaâ€™neh.
The opposition Liberty Party has suspended the membership of Grand Bassaâ€™s Senator Jonathan Kaipay for allegedly violating his oath to uphold the constitution of the country as a senator and violating the constitution of the party, which highlights respect for the rule of law.
The Liberian Senate has concurred with the House of Representatives to pass the Kamara Abdullah Kamara Act of Press Freedom.
After touring Grand Bassaâ€™s five districts to explain his accomplishments over the past two years, Grand Bassaâ€™s Senator Jonathan Kaipay has submitted his legislative report to his constituents.
Grand Bassaâ€™s Sen. Jonathan Kaipay has asked the Senate to invite Finance Minister Samuel Tweah and the director-general of the Civil Service Agency, Laurine Wede, to explain what he says is a huge salary disparity among government employees.