Roots FM CEO and talk show host Henry Costa announced that the station is now back on air, less than 24 hours after the management launched a GoFundMe campaign to raise US$15,000 for the purchase of new broadcast equipment.
Amid acknowledgment by the Bea Mountain Mining Corporation that toxic waste created as a result of their activities have polluted nearby wetlands, a Bush Chicken investigation has established that residents of the town of Gekando, along the Mavor River in Grand Cape Mount, are suffering from skin rashes and a polluted water supply.
The Association of Liberia Community Radios, ALICOR, has expressed disappointment in the failure of the Government of Liberia and its partners to appreciate the contributions of community radio stations in the Ebola crisis.
A one-day training session for media workers and network organizations has taken place in Kakata, Margibi County. The training took place on Oct. 2, in the conference hall of the C.H. Rennie Hospital.