Liberians in three counties – Bong, Margibi, and Grand Bassa – have expressed grave concern over the abandonment of bus terminals by the National Transit Authority.
An investigation by The Bush Chicken has confirmed that clearing of customary land in River Cess is being done by Bill Twehway, the managing director of the National Port Authority, in apparent violation of the Land Rights Act.
The third wave of the COVID-19 pandemic in Liberia appears to be waning, as the National Public Health Institute of Liberia has been reporting a significant reduction in cases.
A teacher at the Cestos High School has been suspended for one month after refusing to grant a female student a bathroom break. The student urinated in front of her classmates at the direction of the teacher, Shadrach Joe.
The 34 youth who were arrested for rioting in late March that resulted in US$2.3 million property damage across Maryland have been released on bail.
Amid concerns of the spread of COVID-19 in Maryland, traders at the Harper General Market are calling for better sanitation to ensure the market is kept clean and safe.
The National Public Health Institute of Liberia has acknowledged complaints about its employees being involved in extortion and fraud related to COVID-19 test results.
The Liberian government and the World Bank have signed three financing agreements worth US$157 million that will connect Zwedru to Monrovia by paved roads.