President George Weah has met for the first time with leaders of the pending June 7 protest in Monrovia.
After initially expressing interest in meeting with the June 7 protestors, President George Weah has now followed up and invited the organizers to a meeting at his office.
The speaker of the 54th National Legislature, Bhofal Chambers, and members of the Coalition for Democratic Change serving in the Legislature failed to attend the funeral of the fallen representative from Montserrado’s fifteenth district.
Montserrado’s tenth district lawmaker, Yekeh Kolubah, has told the Ministry of Justice that he has no intent to incite citizens against the government and undermine the peace of the country.
President George Weah has dedicated a new theater and recording studio on his private property opposite the Baptist Seminary on the Robertsfield highway.
After a few months of being at a standstill, the Fairground Road construction has resumed in Buchanan.
The Political Leader of the Alternative National Congress or ALP, Alexander Cummings, has termed as ”reckless”, the recent statement by the Chairman of the Coalition for Democratic Change, Mulbah accusing supporters of opposition political parties were planning to assassinate President George Weah.
In the wake of alarming drug shortage at public health facilities across the country, Margibi’s second district lawmaker, Ivar Jones, has donated essential medical drugs to four recognized public health facilities in the district.