The board of the National Disaster Management Agency has ordered an audit of the agency’s financial records by the General Auditing Commission.
During a ceremony marking the 10th anniversary of Tubman University gaining status as a university, the university’s president, Elliott Wreh-Wilson, has threatened to expel students who lead protests on the campus.
The Liberian government and United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization have signed an agreement to implement a US$436,000 project aimed at enhancing animal feed production through corn production.
President George Weah has reinstated the superintendent of Bong, Esther Walker, following more than four months of suspension.
The Liberian government has announced with immediate effect that it is removing the current leadership of the Liberia Marketing Association, headed by Alice Yeabah, and replacing with a temporary set of leaders.
Amos L. Johnson, the commissioner of Yeabloe administrative district two in Grand Bassa, has been suspended with immediate effect for mismanaging the district development funds.
A statutory district superintendent in Grand Bassa’s first district, Solomon Grimes, is calling on citizens to prioritize agriculture to improve the Liberia economy and increase food security, using his own farm as an example.
The Liberian government is appealing for humanitarian aid to provide relief to victims and bereaved families of the affected mudslide community in Nimba.