Lawmakers and local officials in Margibi have been revealed to have violated the budget law by holding a secret meeting to decide allotments for US$1 million in the county social development fund.
After a young man died and two others were injured from bullets allegedly fired by riot police on Monday in rural Montserrado, the Liberia National Police’s deputy inspector general for administration has assured the public that the responsible parties will be dealt with under the law.
A fatal motor accident has left four people dead and three others critically injured on the Kakata-Bong Mines highway in Margibi after a green Nissan Primera collided head-on with a white DAF truck carrying charcoal.
As the June 7 protest draws closer, many Liberians are making their decision about whether or not they will attend the protest that has a stated goal of pushing the George Weah government to improve its governance and the economic conditions of the country.
The resident judge of the 13th Judicial Circuit Court in Kakata, Judge Mardea Tarr-Chenoweth, is calling attention to the massive corruption in the country’s security and justice sectors, specifically identifying the Liberia National Police.
The principal of the Booker Washington Institute, Harris Tarnue, has been relieved of his post following a meeting of the institution’s board of governors.
At least ten junior students attending the Booker Washington Institute in Kakata were dismissed from writing this year’s West African Secondary School Certificate Examination after an investigation showed that they did not meet the criteria for the test.
A local disaster management committee made up of members of communities affected by recent flooding in Margibi are working ahead of the upcoming rainy season to prevent flooding in their communities.