After two motorcyclists died within a span of one month, some motorcyclists are fearing that a woman is using traditional medicine to target them.
President George Weah has announced that after two meetings with Liberia’s major rice importers, the importers agreed to reduce the price of rice. However, a leading local producer of rice says the government needs to divert some of its attention to supporting local producers.
There are different exchange rates being offered in Nimba’s largest commercial city following an unprecedented drop in the value of the United States dollar against the Liberian dollar.
Vendors attributed the fluctuation to rumors and fears that Weah’s address would have ordered an immediate decrease in the value of the U.S. dollars on the market.
The Central Bank of Liberia is conducting a four-day seminar for rural community financial institutions in Ganta.
Musa Bility, the chief executive officer of SRIMEX Oil and Gas company, one of Liberia’s leading petroleum suppliers, stepped down on Thursday, November 30, leaving Wadei Powell in charge of the company.
As the first round of the election saw large groups of elections observers swarm the country, high-end businesses like Boulevard Palace saw an increase in customer flow.
A deal has been agreed upon to sell Nimba’s decades-old mining scraps to two companies, Sethi Ferro Fabrik and North Star Industry, Inc.; however, citizens have demanded that the details of the contract be made public.