Vice President Jewel Howard-Taylor visited Bomi this past weekend to break grounds for the Bai T. Moore Rehabilitation Village Project in the county’s capital, Tubmanburg. The project, named after the famous son of the county, a poet and literary icon, possesses incredible historical and sentimental value for the people of Tubmanburg.
Citizens of Tubmanburg in Bomi recently halted the dedication of a new stadium constructed by Orange Liberia in fulfillment of a promise made to the county.
Bomi’s Senator Sando Johnson has told his kinsmen not to vote for candidates of the Coalition for Democratic Change in any future election. Johnson made the comments in Beajah Town, Senjeh district, while making a political tour of the county on Saturday, July 3.
The justice ministry has requested that organizers of the pending June 7 protest provide documentation establishing their legal status, in order to grant their request for permit and security for protesters.
Senate Pro Tempore Albert Chie has requested that the Senate’s Committee on Judiciary investigate Bomi’s Sen. Sando Johnson for allegedly accusing senators of accepting bribe to impeach former associate justice Kabineh Ja’neh.
Rep. Yekeh Kolubah of Montserrado’s eighth district has written the U.S. government to avoid recognizing Ambassador Designate George S. W. Patten.
The Supreme Court has ruled into the domicile case involving Montserrado’s sixth district representative, Edwin Snowe, clearing him to contest in Bomi’s first district.
Snowe who has been a representative in Montserrado since 2005, has registered to contest in the district currently represented by Karmo. He described the decision rendered by the commissioners as a victory for the people of Sinje District.