In an attempt to limit and prevent land conflicts, Lofa’s Superintendent William Kamba has commissioned members of a task force aimed at verifying land ownership claims across the county.
A two-year-old toddler has died in an open well that was located in a rice paddy in Voinjama.
A tragic accident involving two motorcyclists in Massabolahun’s Center Street in Wanhassa District has left the two operators dead and two others injured.
After receiving US$2,000 from a diaspora organization to repair its X-ray machine, the Tellewoyan Memorial Hospital has completed the repairs and begun examinations of patients using the equipment.
The Tenth Judicial Circuit Court has resolved a land dispute between Zangota and Balakpalasu Town that dealt with the use of a plot of land for communal farming. The ruling was in favor of Balakpalasu Town.
A 32-year-old man accused of raping a 13-year-old girl has been released by the Tenth Circuit Court in Lofa after prosecutors could not provide a strong enough evidence linking him to the crime.
The 10th Judicial Circuit Court has sentenced a man to three years imprisonment for manslaughter after he shot and killed another man while hunting. However, the sentence has been suspended due to the court’s determination that the defendant posed no threat to society.
The Lofa County Health Team has announced that the county is now one of five counties in Liberia with at least 20 confirmed COVID-19 cases. As of July 4, there were 21 confirmed cases, including 3 deaths and 3 recoveries.