Sinoe’s Sen. Augustine Chea has begun distributing over US$10,000 worth of food items and COVID-19 preventative materials to several institutions in the county.
A dispute between Sinoe’s county superintendent and the Sinoe County Service Center coordinator has resulted in a two-week closure of the key facility where many Sinoe residents access basic government services.
Oil palm company Golden Veroleum says it has started constructing and rehabilitating over 22 public schools in Sinoe and Grand Kru, where its concession areas are located.
The county coordinator of the National Fisheries and Aquaculture Authority in Sinoe says at least 85 percent of canoes have completed their annual registration. Andrew Doe said this came as a result of enforcement by the Coast Guard.
Following a recent ten percent reduction of its workforce, Golden Veroleum has turned over two facilities to Butaw, including a US$40,000 market building and a US$120,000 school annex.
Golden Veroleum Liberia, the oil palm giant operating plantations in Grand Kru and Sinoe, has decided to lay off 443 of its workforce.
Liberia’s chief medical officer has been on a nationwide tour where he is calling on the public to stop spreading falsehoods about the Coronavirus.
The chairman of Sinoeâ€™s joint security team has apologized to citizens for misinterpreting how the state of emergency would apply to the countyâ€™s residents.