The senior magistrate for the National Elections Commission in Upper Bong, Daniel Newland, says the voting process is going on “smooth” in his magisterial area amid “slow turnout” of voters.
There are many cultural misrepresentations about mental illness in Liberia, many of which associate such illnesses with witchcraft and evil spirits.
Reports reaching The Bush Chicken from Voinjama, Lofa say eighty aliens have been denied access to the ongoing voter registration for not meeting the National Elections Commission’s eligibility criteria.
Maryland is one of the few regions in Liberia, along with Grand Gedeh, Nimba, and Montserrado, where residents have access to the electricity grid.
The Carter Center Mental Health Program has ended five days of training for law enforcement officers drawn from the Liberia National Police, the Bureau of Immigration and Naturalization, and the Bureau of Corrections and Rehabilitation.
Liberia’s Drugs Enforcement Agency carried out a major awareness against illegal usage of drugs in the country in observance of this year’s World Drugs Day.
On March 13, Al Qaeda’s North African wing, the Islamic Maghreb attacked Ivory Coast’s Grand Bassam Beach leaving over 20 people dead. Following the attack, two suspects were arrested in Kindia, Guinea.
The Armed Forces of Liberia have embarked on a series of internal security operations and training exercises as the United Nations Mission in Liberia is expected to draw down by June 2016.