The Bong County Service Center has raised a total revenue of LD 6,998,520 ($69, 431, 97) from fees collected in the processing of government services including driver’s licenses, work permits, school permits, business certificates, birth certificates, but a few to mention.
The Liberia Electricity Corporation and the management of Jungle Energy Power, Inc. are disconnecting numerous customers who have failed to pay their current bills or arrange payment plans with the Jungle Energy office.
In an effort to beautify the main campus and reduce years of dust and mud, the administration of Cuttington University has embarked on the pavement of 4.4 km of roads on the Suakoko campus.
In a case that reflects an apparent lack of coordination among government agencies, construction equipment rehabilitating Chugbor Road have damaged several water pipes, causing water outage in the Old Road community for almost one week now.
Five days after his confirmation as Nimba’s new superintendent, Dorr Cooper launched a project to pave a 5.5-kilometer road in Gompa on Tuesday.
Greenheart Energy Ltd, a UK-based company specializing in renewable energy supply, has expressed interest in investing in the energy and water sectors in rural Liberia.
Citizens of Kayata in Suakoko District’s Kporquelleh Clan lined the main entrance of their town, singing, clapping, and dancing to celebrate the rehabilitation of their road.
Telecommunications company Lonestar Cell MTN has fully restored its three-day call promotion.