It was in June of 2014 that the deadly Ebola virus entered Liberia for the first time, spurring an epidemic that killed several 4,800 Liberians.
A fatal motor accident has left four people dead and three others critically injured on the Kakata-Bong Mines highway in Margibi after a green Nissan Primera collided head-on with a white DAF truck carrying charcoal.
Police in Margibi has charged and sent to court a 19-year-old man for allegedly stabbing his friend to death in Weala.
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.
At least six people are confirmed dead while others are in critical medical condition as a result of an accident last Friday night in Gborfellah, a small community on the suburb of Kakata along the Suakoko Highway.
A US$65,500 wellness unit situated on the compound of the C. H. Rennie hospital in Margibi has been completed.
In a rush to save the life of a dying patient, the ambulance belonging to the government-run Bong Mines Hospital in Fuamah District of Lower Bong was involved in a tragic accident that instantly killed two persons during the Independence Day season.
A bus station being constructed for the National Transit Authority in Kakata continues to be abandoned. The contractor has not resumed work following a halt due to the Ebola outbreak.