A group of 57 people at the Gbehlay-Geh Rural Women Multipurpose Cooperative Society received a US$100,000 loan to boost their rice and cassava production on March 1 in Karnplay.
Telecommunications company Lonestar Cell MTN has fully restored its three-day call promotion.
Lonestar Cell MTN has announced that it is ending its promotional packages as a result of increased taxes on phone calls, which the company lobbied to have imposed. The move has prompted widespread outrage in the country.
A Bush Chicken investigation has uncovered the cause of the ongoing water outages experienced by Central Monrovia and nearby communities in recent weeks.
Information provided by telecommunications firms and their customers revealed that last week, Lonestar’s network was hit in attacks causing internet outages, although reports that hackers took down the entire country’s internet appear to have been overblown.
Rep. Jeremiah Koung of Nimba’s first district has disclosed that the House Committee on Ways, Means and Finance has rejected a request from the executive branch to abolish a popular promotion used by telecommunications companies.
At long last, the House of Representatives has passed the draft national budget. The budget was passed at over US$623 million.
More than 1,000 residents of Paynesville benefitted from free health care services over the weekend.