The University of Liberia has told the Senate’s committees on education and public administration that the institution now operates at a deficit due to the government’s failure to pay for its free tuition policy.
The Rubber Planters Association of Liberia has broken ground for the construction of its first national headquarters, located along the Suakoko Highway in Todee District.
The Project Management Committee of Grand Bassa has released its first quarterly report, citing challenges in the county receiving its allotted funds from the Ministry of Finance.
The president of the Nimba County Community College has outlined several challenges facing the institution, noting that he met the college’s account empty with debt owed to several vendors.
As construction is said to have begun on the proposed military hospital, Information Minister Eugene Nagbe has provided more details on the project, although his account differs from those previously provided by other senior government officials.
Days after his company was named as one of the several Liberian-owned businesses that had defaulted on loan payments, Liberty Party Chairman Benjamin Sanvee has taken a leave of absence to face his accusation.
As the school year winds down, most students in Gbi and Doru district are out of school early this year and have taken to farming and mining.
Senator Prince Yormie Johnson, chairman of the Nimba Legislative Caucus, is calling on the county’s administration to account for the US$1.9 million apportioned in the county’s 2015/2016 budget.