Author Archives: Patrick S. Tokpah

“Liberian Deserves A Sense Of Justice & Accountability” – Swedish Embassy Tells GOL

The Swedish Embassy near Monrovia says the people of Liberia have lived through an unimaginable tragedy and they deserve a sense of justice and accountability in the Country. The Embassy said it is important to have all the pieces in place if the government of Liberia wants to pursue the endeavor of establishing a war crime court. The Embassy also

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“Don’t Be Part Of June 7 Protest”- Student Leader Tells Citizens

The President of the Bong University Student Association (BUSA) at the United Methodist University, Darkutalee E. Massadee has admonished citizens in County not to participate in the pending June 7 protest in the Country. Even though it is still unclear whether the majority of Bong citizens will be part of the June 7 protest, but President, Massadee has admonished Bongese

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Council Of Patriots Meeting With President Weah Ends In Deadlock

Organizers of the June 7 ‘Save the State’ protest in Liberia has refused to present their grievances to President George Weah yesterday during a roundtable meeting held at the Foreign Affairs. The Protesters are demanding immediate economic reforms aimed at alleviating the cost of living on ordinary citizens, tackle the issues of corruption, waste, and abuse as well as dismissed

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Senator Yallah Embarks On Rehabilitation Of Feeder Roads In Gbarnga

The Office of Bong County Senator Henry Willie Yallah has broken grounds for the rehabilitation of several feeder roads in Gbarnga, Bong County. The office through its official spokesperson Jeremiah Wilson told Journalists that the rehabilitation will affect the Colleins Street, a portion of the Dementa road, the Sunday market to the CEPRESS Campus road amongst others. Some of the

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“Reform & Restructurings LIS Is Important”- Justice Minister Tells LIS Officers

The Minister of Justice & Attorney General of Liberia, Frank Musa Dean says the reforming and restructuring within the Liberia Immigration Service is very important because it leads to greater capacity and integrity within the entity. The Minister said the strengthening of any security entity and its workforce is important for the growth and development of that institution, especially in

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Bong Citizens Generates Over 167, 390 LD & $1,430 USD For Phebe Hospital

The Gbarnga Rotary Club in collaboration with civil society actors in Bong County has officially launched ‘Operation Save Phebe Hospital Campaign’ in County. The idea of the “operation save Phebe Hospital” was crafted by the Rotary Club of Gbarnga a humanitarian organization that is helping to ensure community development in the County. Speaking at launching Ceremony, Gbarnga Rotary Club President

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IAA CONCLUDES STAKEHOLDERS MEETING IN BONG

A team of the Internal Audit Agency (IAA) in Liberia has ended a day-long meeting with stakeholders from several Land Ministries and Agencies in Bong County. The Internal Audit Agency which was established in 2013 as an autonomous government body responsible for internal audit functions within the public sector. The Agency draws its authority from the Internal Audit Agency Act

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