A survey of schools in Lower Margibi on Monday, February 16 confirmed that only a very small number have reopened.
The Ministry of Education’s poorly-coordinated decisions to reopen schools across the country have led to dismal attendance at many schools.
Although schools in Ganta have received supplies to reopen on the date specified by the government, classrooms remained empty as parents decided against sending their kids to school.
The Liberian National Police (LNP) has announced that a foreign pathologist is expected to carry out an autopsy on the remains of Cllr. Micheal N. Allison, former National Oil Company of Liberia consultant and Managing Director of the BRICS Mano River Union Legal Consultants.
As the governmentâ€™s mandate for the reopening of schools takes effect today, education authorities in Lofa say they will not resume classes in the absence of preventive measures and funds for public schools
Radio Seinway reports that on Feb. 4, a huge consignment of assorted medical items were donated to the G. W. Harley Memorial Hospital.
Two weeks ago, the Liberian government announced that schools will reopen on Feb. 16. Although the government has promised to provide necessary materials to resume regular academic work, it is yet to meet up with its commitment to schools in the Zorzor district.
After refusing to comply with government investigations of his alleged involvement in the kidnapping and illegal deportation of Sam Fawaz, Voice FM talk show host Henry Costa has been arrested by state security.