Liberians in the U.S. state of Minnesota will hold a rally today, to call for a two-year extension of the Temporary Protective Status and a pathway to citizenship. Minnesota is the home to the largest community of Liberians in the U.S., hundreds who whom might be affected by the expiration of the DED, MINNPOST reported.
Fifty-nine illicit miners arrested at the Kartee Gold Mine in Gbanipea have been released from detention by the Liberia National Police following intervention from officials of the county, including Nimba’s sixth district lawmaker, Rep. Dorwohn Twain Gleekia.
On Monday February 18, 2019 Napoleon Davis of Jupiter Construction announced that the Ministry of Public Works had instructed his company to close the bridge to the public. The announcement comes even though a planned detour is not yet completed by the Ministry of Public Works.
As a result of a perceived communications gap between ArcelorMittal and local NGOs, the company held a forum with seven organizations to ensure that the company’s contributions and achievements are better understood.
The National Elections Commission has provided training in dispute resolution for its 19 elections magistrates ahead of the special senatorial election, expected to take place in October next year.
Party members of the Coalition for Democratic Change’s Grand Bassa branch met over the weekend in Buchanan to celebrate ‘Pro-Poor Day,’ with a message aimed at the opposition.
Bong’s third district representative, Marvin Cole, has described claims that he is conspiring with Vice President Jewel Howard-Taylor to overthrow the government of President George Weah as “false and malicious.”
The building hosting the 14th Judicial Circuit Court in River Cess has been renovated, after previously being in a dilapidated condition that made it uninhabitable.