If Liberian political parties consider River Cess to be a scene worth competing in, it is not apparent from the sight at the local offices of the various parties, which are characterized by empty and closed buildings.
A US$46,000 multi-purpose vocation training center will soon be constructed in Yarpah Town to provide basic vocational education programs for the youth of surrounding communities.
Young people of River Cess have not had any place to meet and discuss their concerns. But this is about to change soon when the youth center under construction in the Central River Cess town of Yarpah is completed.
The coordinator of the local agriculture office in River Cess has revealed that her office has begun the second phase of the production of locally produced rice for sale. Nora Kamokai said this time around, her office would also sell 5kg packages of rice for US$5, in addition to the 25kg bags.
The headquarters of the River Cess Detachment of the Liberia National Police is now under rehabilitation after media reports that the building was inhabitable. The condition of the building was so bad that officers assigned to the headquarters often spent their time outside.
About 25 school teachers and administrators in River Cess have received training on the Code of Conduct booklet for teachers and school administrators as organized by the Episcopal Church of Liberia’s Relief Development.
Liberty Party’s aspirant for the post as representative of River Cess’s second district nearly lost his life in a tragic motor accident late last week.
As the rainy season approaches, commuters who frequent the road between Grand Bassa and River Cess are starting to worry about the potential impact of the bad road conditions on their travels.