Citizens of Gwetamue and surrounding communities of Bongâ€™s fifth district have formally petitioned the former ambassador to the United States, Mexico, and Canada, Jeremiah Sulunteh, to contest a seat in the upcoming midterm senatorial elections in October.
The superintendent residence in Bong, the official dwelling place of the countyâ€™s superintendent within the Civil Compound Community in Gbarnga, stands in ruins at the moment.
The Natural Resource Management Coalition, a conglomeration of civil society organizations working on natural resource management programs in Liberia, has ended a two-day awareness and training for stakeholders on the effective management of County Social Development Funds.
Several lawmakers within the House of Representatives are threatening to remove House Speaker Bhofal Chambers and Deputy Speaker Prince Moye for refusing to reduce their salary and benefits.
Deputy House Speaker Prince Moye has challenged members of the Liberian media to lead in providing awareness on human trafficking and its negative consequences.
The House of Representatives is yet to commence discussions on the 2019 draft national budget, more than two weeks since it received the document.
Ahead of the 2020 senatorial elections, the stipendiary magistrate of the Bopolu City Magisterial Court, Augustine Tokpa, has recommended the establishment of a special tribunal to try cases of elections disputes.
Representatives from civil society organizations and political parties have drafted a resolution to repeal the clause of the constitution that prescribes the specific day for national elections to be held.