GBARNGA, Bong – Former Ambassador Jeremiah Sulunteh has announced local and international scholarships for citizens of Bong. Sulunteh, who previously represented Liberia to the U.S., Mexico, and Canada, announced the provision of 30 scholarships for students at the Bong County Technical College in Gbarnga. He also said there would be two slots for graduate students…
Violent storms have damaged several public facilities and dwelling homes in Gbarnga, Bong.
Liberia’s vice president-elect, Jewel Howard-Taylor, has lauded the people of Bong for electing her and President-elect George Weah in the runoff presidential election.
Ahead of the December 26 presidential runoff election, the vice standard bearer of the Alternative National Congress, Jeremiah Sulunteh, has endorsed the Coalition for Democratic Change.
Members of the House of Representatives have voted to reject the writ of prohibition issued by the Supreme Court against their impeachment proceedings over three justices of the court.
Although the National Elections Commission declared the campaign season open on July 31, Nimba has not seen much activities.
The Supreme Court has finally cleared the vice standard bearers of Liberty Party and the Alternative National Congress, Harrison Karnwea and Jeremiah Sulunteh, respectively.
Progressive provisional candidate listing released by the National Elections Commission indicates that the number of female candidates so far cleared to contest in the October 10 elections is very low.