Residents of Kollie-Kiane-ta and other surrounding villages in Margibi’s Lackeyta Township are concerned about their safety after the discovery of the lifeless body of a man in a creek that villagers use for bathing and other purposes.
At least eight people are feared dead while over ten others are severely injured as a result of a tragic motor accident involving a mini Ford truck and two commercial motorcycles at Morris’ farm along the Suakoko Highway on Monday.
Citizens in Margibi are requesting Senator Jim Tornonlah to accept the proposal to cut down his salary and benefits.
The resident judge of the 13th judicial circuit court in Kakata, Margibi has emphasized the need for the judiciary to play an important role in ensuring a peaceful and transparent representative and presidential elections come October.
The management of the Liberia Airport Authority has announced the commencement of the rehabilitation of its runway.
Police in Margibi have arrested and turned over for investigation two suspects to the National Security Agency for their alleged involvement in masterminding the recent power outage at the Roberts International Airport.
Amid public criticism and concern for the authenticity of Margibi Senator Jim Tornonlah’s multiple degrees, an investigation has shown that the institution where Tornonlah earned his Master’s degree was closed for not meeting the government’s standards.
Early Christmas morning, a fire disaster made at least 48 occupants of an 11-bedroom house homeless. All of their personal belongings were destroyed as the result of the fire, which gutted the house while they were asleep.