County News

Women Call for More Inclusion in Govt..
Women in Liberia have called for more women inclusion in government. They made the call yesterday, at the end of series of meetings aimed at strengthening women engagement, enhancement of information dissemination and partnership.
St. John Bridge Risks Collapse...Bong and Grand Bassa Counties May be Cutoff
Report reaching the INSIGHT from Kokoyah District in Bong County indicates that the bridge linking Bong and Grand Bassa Counties is at the verge of collapse. The Superintendent of Kokoyah Statutory District in Bong County, Mr. Conteh Yallah, told the INSIGHT in Gbarnga, Bong County, that the St John Bridge is currently leaning on one side and it could completely fall at any time if nothing is urgently done by the central government to safeguard the bridge.
'I Sell Drugs to Save My Wife' ...Suspect Discloses
The Liberian Drugs Enforcement Agency (LDEA) Bong County Detachment has arrested a Nigerian National with 33.3 kilograms of Heroin.
'I Sell Drugs to Save My Wife'...Suspect Discloses
The Liberian Drugs Enforcement Agency (LDEA) Bong County Detachment has arrested a Nigerian National with 33.3 kilograms of Heroin.

The newly appointed district education officer of Karluway Education District Number Two has provided scholarships for 25 teachers.
Margibi County District #2, representative Ivar Kokulo Jones, has called on Constituents of his district to Join efforts with him to help develop their district.
Bong County Superintendent Esther Walker has called on critics to disengage from criticizing both the Phebe and C.
Chiefs and Elders of Nimba County have publicly begged President George Manneh Weah, through the National Chairman of the ruling Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC),Mulbah Morlu, to appoint qualified young people hailing from Nimba County to positions of trust in government.
Hundreds of inmates at the Gbarnga Central Prison in Bong County, Central Liberia,have alarmed over what they called serious life-threatening conditions that they are going through behind bars.
Bong County's former Superintendent, Madam Selena Polson Mappy, has expressed disappointment with the current administration of the county, headed by Superintendent Esther Yamah Walker.
Liberian National Children's Representative Forum has expressed disappointed over what it calls the ''mysterious disappearance'' of L$16 Billion in the country.
Nimba County District Number Five Representative in the Lower House of the Legislature, Samuel G.
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