The Association of Liberia Community Radio has elected new officials to steer the affairs of the organization for the next three years.
The Ministry of Agriculture’s Smallholder Agriculture Productivity Enhancement and Commercialization project has broken grounds to construct a market hall in Wayzohn.
The acting youth chair of Grand Bassa’s first electoral district, Emmanuel Scott is calling for more time to be allotted for future national voter registration exercises to allow more qualified Liberians to participate in elections.
Joining the calls of many others from across the country, citizens in Lofa are calling for amendment in the 1986 constitution to change the current date of elections.
A statutory district superintendent in Grand Bassa’s first district, Solomon Grimes, is calling on citizens to prioritize agriculture to improve the Liberia economy and increase food security, using his own farm as an example.
The detour bridge meant to be used as an alternative route to cross the Timbo River was washed away on Saturday night as a result of heavy rains, cutting off the major connection to the southeast.
The Ministry of Health has ended a two-day consultative meeting for medical doctors and county health officers from the 15 counties.
A local disaster management committee made up of members of communities affected by recent flooding in Margibi are working ahead of the upcoming rainy season to prevent flooding in their communities.