On Saturday evening, hundreds of citizens defied a Coronavirus state of emergency and stay home order to run through the streets of Kakata to celebrate the return of streetlights to the Margibi capital.
A former politician has embarked on a project to renovate US$15,000 worth of hand pumps in towns and villages across Bomi to prepare residents for the Coronavirus pandemic.
In Bomi, residents of lower Senjeh District have begun constructing a bridge to link several towns and villages in the area, with the funding for the project coming from citizens living in the surrounding area.
As the rainy season slowly creeps in, a group of residents from Tappita District has written letters to their representatives, seeking their intervention in rehabilitating the Ganta-Tappita highway to ensure it is ready for the rainy season.
MNG Gold, a Turkish gold mining company operating in Kokoyah Statutory District in Bongâ€™s first district, has embarked on the construction of a clinic for citizens.
Grand Bassaâ€™s Sen. Jonathan Kaipay has broken ground for the construction of a 20-kilometer road in Doegbah Administrative District.
Concerned that the upcoming rainy season could make travel difficult, residents of Sinoeâ€™s Dugba River District have taken matters into their own hands and begun rehabilitation work on major roads and access paths within the district.
Compagnie Sahelienne dâ€™Entreprises, a Senegalese construction firm contracted to build the 67-kilometers Ganta-Yekepa Highway in Nimba, is planning to pave 16.5 kilometers of the project before the start of the next rainy season, Nimbaâ€™s resident engineer has disclosed.