Author Archives: Patrick S. Tokpah

Bong Service Center To Continue Supporting Government Effort

Bong County Service Center Coordinator Jefferson Gbanyan says the center remains committed in decentralization government’s activities and raising revenue to support the success of the Liberian government. The Government of Liberia, through the Ministry of Internal Affairs with a European Union Grant contribution, facilitated the establishment of County Service Centers in all of Liberia’s 15 Counties. Over a two-year span,

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MOH Concludes Adaptation and Validation workshop

The Ministry of Health through its Metal Health component has concluded a two-day Adaptation and Validation on National Treatment Protocol for substance user’s disorders workshop in Gbarnga, Bong County. Speaking in an interview with The Monrovia Times, the National Clinical and Mental Health Coordinator at the Ministry of Health, Boffa Washington said the workshop was intended to craft a national

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Politic ‘Beclouds’ Gbarnga Street Pavement -As Project Work Stops

Bong County: Pavement works currently ongoing on the Gbarnga Broad Street is said to have been abruptly stopped due to what is termed as political wrangling in the County. The Gbarnga Broad Street pavement project is a part of several road construction projects ongoing across Liberia from the government’s agenda on roads connectivity. Gbarnga City Main Street seemed abandoned for

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Several Link To Corruption In Bong Sports Association

Bong County: Despite the elimination of Bong County from this year’s National County Sports Meet, some leaders of the County Sports Association seem to be in hot water for their alleged involvement in the mismanagement of twelve thousand United States Dollars ($12,000USD) in the county. Those accused are Old Man Soko Siakor, Augustine Jallah, Salas Togbah and others for the

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For 2020 Senatorial Election…Rep. Marvin Cole Eyes Bong Senate Seat

Bong County: As the 2020 Senatorial Election draws nearer, Bong County District#3, Josiah Marvin Cole has vowed not to surrender the County Senatorial slot to those he considers as ‘enemy of development’ in the county. “I will not surrender Bong County Senatorial slot in 2020”. The National Elections Commission (NEC) is expected to conduct a senatorial election in 2020 to

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