There are officially 17 ethnic groups that make up Liberia’s indigenous African population, making up maybe 95% of the total: Kpelle, the largest group
Montserrado is one of Liberia’s counties; it is situated in the southwestern region and consists of five main districts. This county also encompasses the political capital of Liberia, the seat of government and almost all business houses or establishments within the country.
Lofa County -Lofa is a county in the northernmost portion of Liberia. One of 15 counties that constitute the first-level of administrative division in the nation, it has nine districts
Rivercess is Liberia’s south-central county, once a territory annexed to Grand Bassa County until 1984 when it became a county
Grand Gedeh is a county in the eastern portion of the West African nation of Liberia. One of 15 counties that constitute the first-level of administrative division in the nation, it has three districts. Zwedru serves as the capital with the area of the county measuring 10,484 square kilometers Grand […]
BONG COUNTY, LIBERIA Capital: Gbarnga City Districts: 12 Established: 1964 Population: 328,919 (2008) Total Area: 4,574.1 square miles Tribes: Kpelle, Mandingo, Mano University: Cuttington University & Bong County Technical College Resources: Cocoa, Coffee, Rubber, Palm Oil, Rice Minerals: Iron Ore, Gold, Diamonds Industry: Mining SeaPort: None Tourism: Bong County is blessed with two beautiful waterfalls: The Kpatawee Waterfall and the Sicken Town […]
Maryland County is one of the first four counties of the Republic of Liberia. Initially, this County was not part of the Republic of Liberia during its founding.
The Vice President AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF VICE PRESIDENT CHIEF DR. JEWEL HOWARD-TAYLOR Vice President Chief Dr. Taylor served as Senior Senator of Bong County with a resounding mandate from the people of Bong County to represent their interests, hopes and aspirations; as evidenced by her election as Senator in 2005 and […]