The National Elections Commission has disclosed the arrival of more than 40,000 ballots in the country for the February 28 by-election in Lofa to replace the deceased Rep. Eugene Fallah Kparkar.
Reports reaching The Bush Chicken from Voinjama, Lofa say eighty aliens have been denied access to the ongoing voter registration for not meeting the National Elections Commission’s eligibility criteria.
A group of inmates at the Voinjama Central Prison recently harvested rice on farmland provided to them by the government.
Citizens in the newly created Lukambah Administrative District, formerly located in Kolahun District, are expressing concern that the national government has not yet appointed authorities to run the district.
After several years working to bring Liberian credit unions up to international standards, the World Council of Credit Union’s Microlead initiative is coming to an end.
In preparation for the drawdown of UNMIL, the Centre for Justice and Peace Studies, in partnership with international Alert and the Liberia National law enforcement Association on Tuesday officially launched the Security Actions for Everybody project in Zorzor.
Former Foreign Minister Augustine Ngafuan has said his political ambitions for 2017 does not in any way bring conflict between him and Vice President Joseph Boakai.
A group of young people under the banner of Lo-Faces, alternatively known as the Faces of Lofa, have embarked on the production of new Liberian movies in the county.