The search for truth and justice must be carried out without jeopardizing the fragile peace we enjoy at this moment.
Michael Sahr, communications officer at the World Bank’s Monrovia office, says the construction of the 66 kV transmission line to Kakata under the Liberia Acceleration Electricity Expansion Project has suffered delays.
President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, on Monday, November 18, pre-dedicated a new terminal at the Roberts International Airport in Unification Town, Margibi at the cost of US$50 million.
As Liberians prepare to elect a new president in the runoff election slated for December 6, Joseph N. Boakai, vice president and standard bearer of the governing Unity Party has promised Liberians that he will only serve for one term if elected president.
The Ministry of Internal Affairs and its partners have dedicated the River Cess County Service Center in Cestos City, allowing the county’s residents to access government services such as marriage and driver licenses, birth and health certificates, and other key documents.
Several business owners within the Monrovia metropolitan region have lauded President Ellen Sirleaf Johnson for the proposed electricity tariff reduction.