Hundreds of farms in Grand Bassa could receive seed rice from the Ministry of Agriculture, according to the Diahn-Blae Statutory District superintendent, Solomon Grimes Davis. The distribution of rice hinges on the government getting support from donors.
Tubman University has graduated 208 students from its six colleges.
The World Bank has donated ten vehicles to strengthen three programs at the Ministry of Health – the Community Health Assistant Program, the Performance-Based Financing program, and the Nursing and Midwifery Division.
The Second Judicial Circuit Court in Grand Bassa has issued an arrest order for a local businessman, Charles A. Edward, after he failed to show up for his arraignment in court.
Liberian citizens residing in the U.S. gathered on Friday before the Liberian embassy in Washington D.C. to present a petition to the ambassador accredited to the U.S., George Pattern. The gathering was held simultaneously as the mass protest in Monrovia.
The United States aid agency, USAID, has dedicated and turned over a library and five staff housing units to Cuttington University.
Police in Grand Bassa are currently investigating four employees of the Equatorial Palm Oil Company in Grand Bassa’s fifth district for allegedly threatening the life of the company’s general manager if any attempt is made to reduce the company’s workforce.
As the June 7 protest draws closer, many Liberians are making their decision about whether or not they will attend the protest that has a stated goal of pushing the George Weah government to improve its governance and the economic conditions of the country.