The much publicized Ducor Debate was witnessed in Margibi’s second district recently in Harbel with incumbent Representative Ballah Zayzay debating with five would be candidates in the district.
On Wednesday, April 5, workers of Firestone Liberia unanimously rejected copies of the new Collective Bargaining Agreement entered into by the Management of Firestone and leaders of the workers union.
Factory workers in Firestone have laid down their tools in demand of bonuses. The workers are demanding 11 months of bonuses for producing 34.1 tons of rubber.
Chinese supervisors of the firm constructing the terminal at Roberts International Airport have been accused of routinely assaulting their Liberian contractors while on the job without serious repercussions by either the company or the police.
A four-bedroom structure used as head offices of a local Christian health charity group, Healthy Women Healthy Liberia, was gutted by fire last Saturday morning, leaving several assorted items and the building in ashes.
Normal business activities were stalled in Harbel and surrounding communities as local marketers adhered to calls from the Patriotic Entrepreneurs of Liberia to protest the government on some economic policies.
An American non-profit health organization affiliated with John Hopkins University, Jhpiego, has ended a year-long project in Margibi to provide mentoring and supervision to ensure quality of health services.
Just a few months after calling for Liberians to maintain all 73 representatives in electoral districts across the country, House Speaker Emmanuel Nuquay has flipped his position.