The Liberian Senate has concurred with the House of Representatives to pass the Kamara Abdullah Kamara Act of Press Freedom.
After touring Grand Bassa’s five districts to explain his accomplishments over the past two years, Grand Bassa’s Senator Jonathan Kaipay has submitted his legislative report to his constituents.
Grand Bassa’s Sen. Jonathan Kaipay has asked the Senate to invite Finance Minister Samuel Tweah and the director-general of the Civil Service Agency, Laurine Wede, to explain what he says is a huge salary disparity among government employees.
Several lawmakers in Grand Bassa have begun touring their various districts in the county as part of their constituency break.
Nearly five months since the collapse of the bridge leading to the campus of the Grand Bassa Community College, USAID has conditionally accepted a request to repair the bridge.
Authorities in Grand Bassa have postponed the County Council Sitting to December 7, 2018, after having previously scheduled the meeting for November 30, 2018, in Buchanan.
Amid the current economic hardship and huge importation of food, Grand Bassa Senator, Jonathan Kaipay is encouraging Liberians to return to the soil and grow more food.
Amid the alleged disappearance of billions of dollars in newly printed Liberian banknotes, Grand Bassa’s Sen. Jonathan Kaipay is calling on the Coalition for Democratic Change-led government to bring in international investigators to conduct an independent audit instead of the Liberian government itself.