The Mayor of Unification City in Lower Margibi, Rosaline Davis, has announced several initiatives that the city is undertaking, including banning business activities on Sundays and holidays and requiring all households and businesses to pay for garbage collection.
The Accountability Lab in Liberia has nominated five finalists for its 2015 Integrity Idol award, as part of its campaign to recognize public servants who exhibit integrity and accountability.
The University of Liberia Student Union, ULSU, has condemned in strong terms, the recent violence staged by a group of students at both campuses of the university.
A candidate for Margibi’s district two representative seat, Henric Marcus Speare, has launched a L$1,000,000 (US$11,363) women’s empowerment program in Lower Margibi.
Liberian musician Henry Toe, who goes by the stage name Amaze, has launched the video for his latest song, “Corruption, Corruption.”
The African Methodist Episcopal University has launched its College of Education in Monrovia. AMEU President Joseph Isaac said the college was started in September and recruitment of students is currently ongoing.
The Association of Liberia Community Radios, ALICOR, has expressed disappointment in the failure of the Government of Liberia and its partners to appreciate the contributions of community radio stations in the Ebola crisis.
A one-day training session for media workers and network organizations has taken place in Kakata, Margibi County. The training took place on Oct. 2, in the conference hall of the C.H. Rennie Hospital.