Three months after the passing of Montserrado’s Senator Geraldine Doe-Sheriff, the Senate has lost another member, Senator Edward Dagoseh of Grand Cape Mount.
A group of teenagers in Grand Cape Mount are calling for a reduction in the age limit for voters in national elections.
Citizens in Grand Cape Mount are calling for an amendment in the legal requirements for elected government positions. The citizens said the current level of enforcement of candidates’ qualification, such as the residency clause, domicile and property value requirements does not adequately hold leaders accountable.
A 35-man delegation of the ECOWAS Parliament has ended a two-day fact-finding mission at two of Liberia’s main border points.
Following the August 27 attack on security guards at the Sime Darby Oil Plantation by criminals, the worst affected guard, Anthony Tamba, is calling for better equipment for guards.
Criminals have attacked security guards working for the Sime Darby Oil Palm Plantation, leaving one severely injured.
Gregory Coleman, chairman of the Bureau of National Concessions, has said that the Sime Darby Oil Plantation is in compliance with the recommendations of the House of Representatives.
As Liberians foresee a runoff election in November between the Coalition for Democratic Change and the ruling Unity Party, citizens of Garwula District in Grand Cape Mount have started listing issues they expect to be addressed immediately by the next regime.