County News

UN Peace Building Office, UN Women train Correction Officers
The United Nation Peace-Building Office in collaboration with the UN Women has begun gender training in Gbarnga,Bong County, for corrections officers from various prison facilities across the Country.
DEA linked to drugs compromise but...
The Liberia Drugs Enforcement Agency,(LDEA) Bong County Detachment, has dismissed widespread speculations in the County that it is compromising drugs cases.
Margibi Lawmaker Launches L$3m Fund Drive To Empower Women
Margibi County District Number 3 Representative with support from UN Women and FAO has launched a three million Liberian dollar Women Empowerment Fund drive in the county.
Deputy Speaker Moye Donates Motorbikes to Motorcyclists Union, Chiefs
Bong County District#2 Representative and Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives, Prince Kermue Moye,has donated four motorbikes and one hundred gallons of gasoline to the Motorcyclists Union of electoral District #2 in Bong County.

The Female Journalists Association of Liberia (FeJAL) extends its heartfelt congratulations to one of its members, Bettie Johnson Mbayo,for her recognition as the Press Union of Liberia Health, Women Rights and Judicial reporter of the year 2018.
President George Manneh Weah has extended warmest congratulations to the Government and People of the Russian Federation on the occasion of the anniversary of that country National Day on June 12th.
The Liberia Council of Churches (LCC) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Liberia Refugee Repatriation and Resettlement Commission (LRRRC) to assist the commission address a wide range of institutional programs.
An American-based Liberian has led a reconciliatory drive among Citizens of Gyabo Community from Grand Kru County.
Information, Culture and Tourism Minister Lenn Eugene Nagbe has described the Roberts International Airport as a "national shame".
Several High school Students in Montserrado County under the banner “High School Students Association" on Saturday joined the Monrovia City Corporation to launch the third Phase of the “Weah for Clean Cities" Initiative.
The Youth in Technology and Arts Network (YOTAN), a non-profitable organization which is committed to enhancing youth development and civic engagement has ended a three-day intensive advocacy training for heads of disable organizations in Bong County.
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