Residents of several communities in Gbarnga were rendered homeless on Wednesday night because of flooding.
A violent rainstorm which occurred on Sunday night destroyed the roof of Radio Gbarnga, leaving several of the stationâ€™s broadcast equipment and documents damaged.
For the last six fiscal years, River Cess has not been able to access its County Development Funds mainly due to a misunderstanding between the countyâ€™s legislative caucus and the countyâ€™s administration.
Outside the International Bank located in Harper, several government school teachers and other residents sat in frustration after being informed by tellers that there was no money in their direct deposit accounts from the government for the month of August.
Senator Thomas Grupee has called for a reform in the traditional secret societies to reduce their impact on the education of students in Liberia.
The Chairman of Good Governance Committee at the House of Representatives, Larry P. Younquoi said he foresees a serious â€œproblemâ€ if the proposed Local Governance Act is passed into law.
Nimba Superintendent Fong G. Zuagele revealed that his countyâ€™s lawmakers have refused to attend a two-day dialogue and consultative meeting being staged by the Ministry of Internal Affairs.
The Liberian government needs to stop pretending that the ubiquitous occurrences of mob violence are anything unusual. They are not.