President George Weah has reinstated the superintendent of Bong, Esther Walker, following more than four months of suspension.
Ahead of the by-election in Montserrado’s 15th district, several residents in the district have named the lack of electricity, safe drinking water, roads, security and equipped schools as priority areas that must be addressed through their new representative.
The Association of Liberia Community Radio has elected new officials to steer the affairs of the organization for the next three years.
Traditional leaders and actors of the formal legal system in Bong have agreed, through a memorandum of understanding, to collaborate to better ensure that citizens can access justice in the county.
Citizens of MNG Gold Liberia’s affected communities in Boinsen District have agreed, with support from the company, to engage in communal vegetable farming as a means of generating money to improve their livelihoods.
Mbaku Kids Zone, a daycare, nursery and kindergarten school in the Millionaire Quarter Community in Gbarnga, has honored several of its students for their excellent academic performances during the first semester.
The representative of Bong’s fourth district, Robert Womba, has begun distributing educational materials to students of the district. Schools in the Panta and Zota regions of the district have received donations of notebooks, pencils, and pens from the lawmaker.
In an effort to help address the challenges facing residents of communities and some institutions in accessing safe drinking water, the Rotary Club of Gbarnga has embarked on the construction of water wells in five communities and institutions in Gbarnga.