The Liberian government has renewed the services of the lobbying firm KRL International, which had worked to bolster the image of former President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf.
Lofa’s Sen. George Tengbeh has expressed disappointment in President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf for allowing a member of the opposition to break grounds for the construction of the Gbarnga-Konia road.
The government of Liberia has broken grounds for the pavement of the 81-kilometer road from Gbarnga, Bong County to Salayea in Lofa County.
The United States Agency for International Development and the government of Liberia have launched a four-year program to improve farm-to-market roads in the country.
The conversation about corruption in Liberia often tends to focus on the negative, according to Blair Glencorse. The Executive Director of the Accountability Lab believes Liberians mostly “talk about wrongdoers and not about do-gooders.” Such a focus, he said, “makes people feel hopeless.”
The Environmental Protection Agency organized an event in Paynesville City to celebrate World Environment Day.