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.
Harbel College has abandoned its decision to increase student fees this semester after Margibi’s second district representative, Ivar Jones, demanded that the administration returns to the status quo.
Margibi’s second district representative, Ivar Jones, has made his annual legislative constituency report covering his activities for the first sitting of the 54th National Legislature.
Firestone Senior High School Alumni Association on Friday inducted its first democratically elected leader since 2009.
For the second time in less than a week, money exchangers in Harbel have disrupted ongoing preparations of the Margibi Sports Association in demand of US$8,000 they say the county owes them.
When he was campaigning a year ago, Rep. Ivar Jones vowed to construct a district office in his first 100 days in office. Though the amount of time has elapsed, Jones recently broke grounds for the construction of a facility that will contain his office and that of the district development council.
The government of Liberia recently reported that it is investigating the mysterious disappearance of L$16 billion newly printed bank notes that were reportedly brought to the country between last November and March this year. But records have shown that the Legislature did not approve the printing of the amount, as required by the constitution.
A few days after at least five persons died after a canoe capsized in Margibi’s second electoral district, residents in the area are now calling on their representative to reconsider his decision to erect a district office. They want Rep. Ivar Jones to instead conduct a feasibility study for a pedestrian bridge across the Gbehn River.