Following nearly six months of feasibility studies and negotiations, the township of Murrayville, located in Butaw Administrative District and Sinoe’s first electoral district, has signed a five-year agreement with the Asia Development and Investment Company. The agreement allows the firm to explore for black sand and other minerals.
The Third Judiciary Circuit Court in Sinoe continues to suffer acute lack of basic logistical support due to the inability of the central government to provide for the court. This sentiment was expressed by Judge Geeplah Tiklo Konton when he spoke at the opening of the February 2020 term of court in Greenville.
Rising Academies, a private operator of public schools under the government’s LEAP private-public partnership, has finished rehabilitating the main campus of the Sinoe Elementary Demonstration School in Greenville District, following nearly two years of disrepair and deplorable conditions.
The Liberia National Commission on Small Arms has embarked upon a major community engagement campaign in Greenville to raise awareness about the need for rural hunters to register their hunting guns with the commission and the Liberia National Police.
A 42-year-old man in River Gee is reportedly on the run after allegedly raping a two-year-old minor on February 3.
Local health authorities in Sinoe have embarked on a county-wide awareness and sensitization campaign against the Coronavirus.
The German aid organization Welthungerhilfe has climaxed a two-days regional stakeholders conference on climate change sensitivity and human adaptation, and has called for the strengthening of collective efforts in managing climate change effects in Liberia.
Amid the challenges faced by many public health facilities across the country due to government’s inability to equip the health sector and supply essential drugs, a senate aspirant in Grand Gedeh, William Grear Nyanue, has donated approximately US$5,000 worth of medical equipment and supplies to two health facilities.