In response to the resignation of leaders of its Margibi chapter, the Movement for Economic Empowerment has accused the former county chairman, James Tarnue, of forging the signature of some leaders who allegedly signed the resignation letter.
The Margibi chapter of the opposition Movement for Economic Empowerment has seen 13 of its leaders resign, leaving a leadership vacuum for the party in the county.
The local leadership of the Coalition for Democratic Change in Margibi’s second district has suggested that it will not support the party’s pick for the representative position, amid dissatisfaction over how the candidate was selected.
The elections magistrate of Margibi is calling on political parties to meet requirements of the National Elections Commission and notify his office of campaign activities.
In a rush to save the life of a dying patient, the ambulance belonging to the government-run Bong Mines Hospital in Fuamah District of Lower Bong was involved in a tragic accident that instantly killed two persons during the Independence Day season.
Days after it announced that it has pulled out of a merger that formed the Agricultural Agro-Processing and the Industrial Workers Union of Liberia, or AAIWUL, the Firestone Agricultural Workers Union of Liberia’s decision is being described as illegitimate.
A candidate for representative of Margibi’s second district, Ivar Kokulo Jones, has donated several consignments of pharmaceutical drugs to six medical institutions.
The Liberian National Police, in partnership with the Carter Center, has taken its anti-bribery campaign to Margibi.