Author Archives: Moses M. Tokpah

Margibi District #2 Representative Makes Legislative Annual Report

Many Liberians have the belief that their Representatives and Senators whom they elect during elections must return to their respective Districts and Counties annually to make known their workings at the Capitol Building and their various constituencies, but the question is are they doing just that? If you ask many Liberians, their answers will definitely be no except for a

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“Do Not Be Mr. Know All” Margibi County Inspector Admonishes Newly Inducted Commissioner

Margibi County Inspector, M. Kpakanay Gbankpala has admonished the newly inducted Commissioner of Larkay-Ta Township not to be “Mr. Know All”. Speaking at the induction ceremony of the commissioner over the weekend, Inspector Gbankpala called on Mr. George Cooper to always consult his people rather than being Mr. Know All. According to him, the Commissioner should not leave anyone out

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Rep. Ellen A. Attoh Wreh Embarks On L$1M Payment For Scholarship And Financial Aid Students In Margibi

Margibi: In an effort to give an educational opportunity to Liberian students, Margibi electoral District #3 Representative, Ellen A. Attoh Wreh has embarked on the payment of a little over one million Liberian dollars to several schools in the County. About 84 students from the St. Augustine Episcopal Mission School, the Kakata Community College, the St. Paul Lutheran High School,

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Rep. Jones Accuses Government Of Robbing Margibi

Margibi: The Representative of electoral district #2 in Margibi County, Ivar K. Jones has accused the Government of Liberia of robbing the County of her benefits. Representative Jones told Journalists over the weekend in Cotton Tree, Lower Margibi County that he believes that the remittance the County receives from the government annually is small taking into consideration the contribution the

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Local Business Woman Encourages President Weah To Prioritize Road Construction

Margibi: A local businesswoman and member of the Liberia Marketing Association in Lower Margibi County is encouraging President George Manneh Weah to prioritize road construction across the Country. Mrs. Martha K. Sie in an interview with newsmen in Cotton Tree over the weekend said as the president has embarked on the building of roads, she wants him to continue on

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ULAA Challenges Gov’t to Address Rape, Child Abuse, Others

USA: As Liberians anxiously await President Weah’s state of the Nation Address, the Union of Liberian Associations in the Americas, (ULAA) is calling on the Government of Liberia to take stronger action against Rape, Child abuse and Molestation among others to enable survivals to get justice. ULAA in a press statement says in 2018, frowned on the government’s posture in

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