Ganta will soon have a new market as Mayor Amos Suah has announced that the US$500,000 facility to host the Gompa General Market will soon be dedicated.
As fresh controversy flares up over the Sethi Brothers scrap deal in Nimba, newly appointed county superintendent Nelson N. Korquoi has, with immediate effect, temporarily suspended the company’s operations until investigations can be done, according to the superintendentâ€™s office.
The gasoline shortage which caused a major crisis across Liberia, appears to have abated as retailers nationwide are receiving adequate supplies and pumping them out to the general public.
GN Bank has launched its GN Mobile Money Service in Sinoe, as the bank has recruited 35 agents in the county for the launch of the initiative.
Former workers of steel giant ArcelorMittal have rejected an offer by the company to have a limited number of them return to work as contractors instead of as full employees.
Royal Air Maroc has been ordered to pay US$350,000 in damages to a lawyer for losing his luggage in a case that began almost five years ago.
Barely two weeks following the pronouncement of more stringent measures by the National Fisheries and Aquaculture Authority to ensure compliance with the yearly registration by all heavy-duty canoe operators, fishermen in Sinoe are complaining about the exorbitant nature of the increments.
After hundreds of redundant workers of mining giant ArcelorMittal began protesting in Nimba and Bong regarding unsettled arrears or re-employment promises, Nimbaâ€™s Senator Prince Yormie Johnson has expressed support for the striking workers. He blames the company for the protests, claiming that the company has disrespected Liberian laws.