After going missing last Sunday, the body of Fayiah Kettor has been discovered on the Liberia Agriculture Company plantation following a major search effort by authorities.
The building hosting the 14th Judicial Circuit Court in River Cess has been renovated, after previously being in a dilapidated condition that made it uninhabitable.
The coordinator of the Grand Bassa County Service Center, Mac Willie, says the service center contributed over L$40 million (US$250,000) in government revenues in 2018.
Civil servants in River Cess are finally receiving their salaries after complaining for three months that they have not received their monthly salaries.
The Ministry of Internal Affairs and Carter Center Liberia have concluded an orientation meant to acquaint local government officials with their newly assigned duties and functions.
African citizens deserve governments that are responsive to their needs. Unfortunately, national governments – both in unitary and federal systems – are often too far removed from citizens to thoroughly understand what these needs are and how to address them.
Varney A. Sirleaf, minister of internal affairs, will begin an eight-day tour of several counties today, Monday, July 16 to acquaint himself with the new leaders of the various counties and its citizens.
Chiefs and elders from Bong, Lofa, and Nimba have converged in Ganta, Nimba County for a conference aiming to obtain the support of the traditional leaders for the government’s Pro-Poor Agenda in their respective localities.