The Chief Executive Officer of Jungle Water Group of Investment, Floyd S. Tomah, has donated four-door Toyota pickup to authorities of the Gompa City Corporation (GCC).
Sanniquillie City was the scene of joy as authorities of Nimba County introduced road builders, China Railway Seventh Construction Company, as the winner of an International Competitive Bidding process (ICB) to citizens and local stakeholders as the company responsible to pave the stretch of road from Sehkimyipa to Lougoatuo around Liberia’s border with the Ivory Coast.
The Public Defender of Grand Bassa County, Paul Philip Jarvan, has resigned his post.
The umbrella youth group of Liberia, the Federation of Liberian Youth (FLY) has expressed serious concern over the wave of drugs abuse, teenage pregnancy and early marriages across Liberia.
Nimba County District #1 Representative, Jeremiah Kpan Koung, has called on citizens of the county to put aside their individual differences and “ego” to work in unity for the growth and development of the county.
A leading farmer in Lofa County has observed that Liberians must reduce poverty and make the country self-sufficient in food production, requiring government officials and stakeholders to lead the way by getting involved in agriculture.
The Ministry of Public Works has completed an assessment to pave three major streets in Tubmanburg City, Bomi County within three months.
Making the disclosure recently, the head of the assessment team for the planned pavement project, Mr. Mark Johnson, said the project is part of the Liberian government’s initiative to pave feeder roads in the 15 counties and their capitals.
According to Johnson, three streets in Tubmanburg City were chosen by the county authorities to link over seven communities and major institutions in the city.
Johnson named the famous Hammon Hill road that leads to the government hospital in Tubmanburg, the St. Dominic Catholic School road leading to the famous Joseph Town Market and the Nyanlia road that goes to Tubman Avenue and the C.H Dewey Sports pitch.
He added that the upcoming road pavement in the heart of Tubmanburg City will create job opportunities for youths in the county as well as give the city a facelift.
Some residents of the Frog Island Community in Gbarnga, Bong County are rejoicing that they have struck it rich with the “discovery of oil” along a river that divides the city into two halves called Jor. The residents, including Solomon Mulbah, Amos B. Sackie and Korpu Saah, explained to the Liberia News Agency(LINA) recently that some time ago, while digging along Jor River in Gbarnga City to mold dirt bricks to earn a living, they came across what appeared to be “crude oil” in the area.