The Alternative National Congress has conducted its primary for aspirants wanting to contest on the party’s ticket in the October elections in Bong.
Following a series of protest actions by students attending the Bong County Technical College in Gbarnga, President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has mandated that the college be closed until September this year.
Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf is today ending a two-day “appreciation visit” to Bong.
The Elections Coordinating Committee has concluded a policy dialogue with more than 60 representatives of political parties, civil society organizations, local government officials, youth groups, and women organizations in Gbarnga.
Representative George Mulbah, chairperson of Bong County Legislative Caucus, has reversed an earlier statement that the county had not received a dime from ArcelorMittal for its social development fund for more than two years.
The executive officer of the 23rd Infantry Brigade at Camp Schieffelin, Captain Francis Gbodi, has apologized to citizens of Wainsue for what he said was brutality meted against them by members of the Armed Forces of Liberia on Saturday.
The Bong County Service Center has raised a total revenue of LD 6,998,520 ($69, 431, 97) from fees collected in the processing of government services including driver’s licenses, work permits, school permits, business certificates, birth certificates, but a few to mention.
The stander bearer of the Unity Party, Joseph Nyumah Boakai, has received endorsement from some citizens of Bong County to contest the coming October’s elections.