Police in Bong have charged a recent graduate of Cuttington University with criminal conspiracy and theft of property, in connection to the recent money theft at the Central Agricultural Research Institute.
The Liberia National Police in Bong has finally charged David Tokpah, the suspended head of Natural Resource Management of the Central Agricultural Research Institute, as the main suspect in the theft of property case involving missing assets at Liberia’s Central Agriculture and Research Institute, CARI.
A Bush Chicken investigation has uncovered the location of several valuable items allegedly stolen from the Central Agricultural Research Institute, CARI. The missing items, including a 50kVA generator, fencing wires, and an air conditioner, were all discovered packed in a compound in the Millionaire Quarter Community in Gbarnga.
Millennials in Liberia are taking the lead in educating their peers and young people about the history of the country’s 14 years of devastating civil war, a subject that is excluded from the syllabus in schools across the nation.
The Ministry of Agriculture has trained over 500 farmers and equipped them with agricultural inputs to increase production and productivity especially in Cassava value chain.
A group of young people in Massaquoi’s Village, Bong County, have embarked on cassava farming to improve the living standards of inhabitants within their village.