The representative-elect of Bong’s sixth district, Moima Briggs-Mensah, has underscored the need for unity among officials of the county, especially members of the incoming legislative caucus.
Police in Gbarnga are searching for a man accused of stabbing to death a 25-year-old motorcyclist, Emmanuel Saye.
The forum featured four panelists who focused on promoting democracy and preventing election violence through dialogue. They were drawn from civil society, the National Elections Commission’s local office in Gbarnga, the judiciary, and a representative of women in civil society.
Liberia’s National Bar Association is expected to hold its national convention in Gbarnga, Bong beginning November 23.
The National Elections Commission has ordered a recount of votes at several polling precincts in Bong’s fourth electoral district.
The Ninth Judicial Circuit Court in Gbarnga on Monday opened for the November term with a call for judicial actors to work harder in prosecuting cases to reduce the number of pre-trial detainees in the county.
The Ministry of Education has appointed Samuel Y. Koenig as county education officer for Bong. His appointment takes immediate effect.
As campaign for the November 7 presidential runoff election continues, 15 representative candidates who contested in the October 10 elections in Bong have declared their support for the Coalition for Democratic Change.