The land commissioner for Margibi, Joe Dorah, is drawing attention to what he says is a growing wave of land conflicts in the county.
For at least one week now, operations at the Salala Rubber Corporation plantation have become paralyzed as a result of an ongoing protest by workers demanding better working conditions.
Margibi, Liberia’s sixth most populous county, now ranks second behind Montserrado in maternal mortality, after reporting that 28 infants and 7 pregnant women died between January and August this year.
The Booker Washington Institute has graduated 50 young people from Grand Bassa in rubberwood furniture making following a six-week intensive training.
The Resident Judge of the 13th Judicial Circuit in Margibi, Mardea Tatt-Chenoweth has called on citizens to respect the rule of law in order to maintain post-war peace.
The Karkpeh Town community in Kakata was a scene of chaos when the home of prominent businessman Adullah Kromah in Kakata was gutted by fire around 7:45 a.m. on Sunday evening.
Hundreds of current and redundant employees at the private Morris American Rubber Company in Todee District staged a protest in demand of benefits allegedly owed them by the company.
Police in Kakata are searching for a 43-year-old woman identified as Patience Natt, alias Sampee, for allegedly ordering the inhumane treatment of a teenage boy.