President George Weah has dismissed the executive director of the Environmental Protection Agency, Nathaniel Blama.
Nathaniel Blama was Liberiaâ€™s first confirmed case of the Coronavirus. After being discharged from the 14 Military Hospital, The Bush Chicken met with Blama to hear his side of the story.
Four of the five initial primary contacts of Liberiaâ€™s first case of COVID-19 or the coronavirus, Nathaniel Blama, have tested negative of the virus, authorities say.
Health authorities in Liberia have announced the second case of the Coronavirus disease, otherwise known as COVID-19.
Following President George Weahâ€™s announcement of the countryâ€™s first Coronavirus case on Monday, March 16, Liberiaâ€™s Information Ministry has announced the closure of all schools in the country.
The Coronavirus pandemic has finally reached Liberia, as authorities confirmed that the executive director of the Environmental Protection Agency, Nathaniel Blama, has tested positive for the virus.
More than six months since the first West African environmental and marine conference was hosted in Monrovia, the government has revealed efforts to implement recommendations from the conference.
The Liberian government is partnering with the Embassy of Sweden and Conservation International to hold the environmentally focused conference in Monrovia from March 18-21.