Provisional results released by the National Elections Commission on Sunday indicate that five of Bong’s seven representatives have lost their seats at the National Legislature.
In the buildup to election day, the National Elections Commission’s Lower Bong magistrate boast of a high level of security prescribed to safe guide the elections process in Central Liberia.
A fire that gutted a 36-seater bus on Tuesday, Oct. 3 along the Suakoko Highway was found to have been started by a container filled with fuel stored at the back of the bus.
Silas Siakor, the long-time environmental activist and now a candidate for Bong’s fifth electoral district, has vowed a radical change in the way County Development Funds are disbursed if he is elected.
Bong’s Ninth Judicial Circuit Court on Thursday sentenced three siblings for killing Angeline Kolleh, 29, in Gbarnga in July this year.
Bong’s Ninth Judicial Circuit Court has found Moses Porkpah guilty of killing his girlfriend, Dorris Nyan, in Cow Farm in June of this year.
Police in Gbarnga are currently in search of a woman, Janes Joe (Nyamah Joe), who allegedly set ablaze her fiancé’s home, resulting in the death of her future mother-in-law.
The Ninth Judicial Circuit Court in Gbarnga has commenced the trial of Moses Porkpah, the man who shot and killed his girlfriend, Dorris Nyan, on June 1 this year in Cow Farm.