Gbarnga residents have raised concerns about what they say is substandard work being done to pave the Gbarnga Broad Street.
As calls for the establishment of war and economic crimes court in Liberia intensify, victims and survivors of the infamous Samay Massacre have joined, demanding the prosecution of those who carried out the massacre here in 1994 that killed 28 people and destroyed 22 houses.
Two civil society organizations in Bong have written to ask the government of Liberia to not honor any of the resolutions from November 12, 2018, Bong County Council Sitting.
Officials of the Bong chapter of the National Civil Society Council of Liberia have been inducted into offices in Gbarnga.
Commercial drivers in Bong have resumed normal traffic activities following Monday’s protest that saw drivers refuse to run traffic.
Commercial vehicle drivers in Gbarnga staged several roadblocks early Monday morning at different venues along the Suakoko Highway.
Kponyekpoyah Organization in the Americas or KOA, a U.S. based social development organization has completed the distribution of textbooks and other educational materials to students of four schools in rural Bong County. The schools are Gorpu Dolo Boi Elementary and Junior High School; Belefanai Lutheran School; Belefanai Community School and the United Christian Institute in Zota district.
GBARNGA, Bong – On Monday, Bong’s leaders decided at the county council sitting to appoint a comptroller to manage the expenditures of Bong’s county and social development funds. Critics have called the move a violation of the Budget Law, which requires all members of the county’s Project Management Committee to be elected. County councils are…