A US$46,000 multi-purpose vocation training center will soon be constructed in Yarpah Town to provide basic vocational education programs for the youth of surrounding communities.
The pending eviction of squatters from the 72nd military barracks in Paynesville by the Ministry of National Defense has been extended to May 1 following the intervention of President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf.
Agnes Gardia, a farmer in Montserrado, believes that existing laws on land ownership put farmers at a disadvantage because they have no regard for community ownership of land.
The Liberia Revenue Authority says it is investigating a Global Witnessâ€™ report that logging companies in the country owe US$$25 million in unpaid taxes.
Amidst growing efforts to restore Liberia to its prewar status among developing countries in Sub-Saharan Africa, achieving food security remains a key challenge.
A pharmacist in the government hospital in Tubmanburg, Bomi has been named the Integrity Idol winner for 2016.
Education Minister George Wernerâ€™s latest move to partner with private institutions to improve the quality of Liberiaâ€™s education system has been met with intense resistance from many individuals and groups. In an exclusive interview with The Bush Chicken, the Minister clarified some of the misconceptions about his approach.
During the official dedication of the Gbarnga to Ganta-Guinea Border Road on Monday, Superintendent Fong G. Zuagele said he would return the favor to President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf for her kind gesture towards the people of Nimba.