The head of the Nimba County Administration, Fong G. Zuagele has reported that the scrap received from the government of Liberia through the management of ArcelorMittal has lost its market value by 60 percent.
The Former Assistant Superintendent for Development of Margibi has been formally inducted as the new Stipendiary Magistrate of the Kakata Magisterial Court.
In an exclusive video interview with The Bush Chicken, former Auditor General John S. Morlu, II discusses his intentions to run for president of Liberia in 2017 and his plans for the country.
Liberia’s Deputy Information Minister, Isaac Jackson, has come under criticism from prominent human rights lawyer, Tiawan Saye Gongloe, as a result of statements made by the minister during a visit to Nimba County.
Nimba’s Council of Chiefs and Elders is appealing to the county’s legislative caucus to provide paramount chiefs with motorcycles to allow them to conduct their official duties more efficiently.
Since Nimba’s County Council Sitting in Sanniquellie was held about two weeks ago, Rep. Larry P. Younquoi of the eighth electoral district has joined his colleague, Nimba’s Sen. Thomas Grupee, in saying that the sitting was not handled properly.
Margibi County Assistant Superintendent for Development Victoria Duncan has announced her resignation. Duncan made the disclosure on January 28 during a student chapel service at the Cuttington Junior College in Kakata.
Sen. George Weah of Montserrado County released his annual report for 2015, in which he discussed his office’s accomplishments in 2015, challenges they faced, and his plans for the 2016 legislative session. Among other subjects, the report covered the Liberian legislative budget, Weah’s work for police reform, and his personal philanthropic work.