Five persons have died in an accident involving two colliding vehicles traveling along the Suakoko Highway.
Harbel Supermarket Money Exchangers, recently held a peaceful protest at the office of Margibi’s Superintendent Jerry Varnie, where they said the failure of the county to pay their debt was negatively affecting their livelihoods.
A heavy rain downpour has rendered several persons homeless and destroyed properties in at least seven major communities within Kakata.
The National Aids Commission, in partnership with the Margibi County Health Team, has trained peer educators who will conduct one-on-one community awareness to encourage the youth to get tested.
The head of Liberia’s anti-corruption agency has called for a greater political will to combat graft in Liberia.
Rep. Ellen Attoh of Margibi’s third electoral district has launched what she says is an empowerment scheme for low income women who are mostly single mothers and widows.
Kakata’s mayor and scores of commercial drivers exchange words over a new mandate to prevent commercial drivers from loading and offloading passengers on its main street.
The Japan Heavy Duty Operation School at the Booker Washington Institute in Kakata has graduated about 240 trainees.