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VOINJAMIN, LIBERIA – Over 100 bodies of dry meat value over LD$ 1Million has been burnt in Lofa County.

According to ELBC Upper Lofa County Correspondent, the burning exercise was carried out at the Forestry Development Authority (FDA)’s local office in Voinjama   Monday, August 10, 2020.

The FDA Regional Secretary, Ben Miller, Speaking at the burning site, disclosed that the burning exercise will serve as deterrent to other wildlife traders across Liberia.

The Correspondent said the meat was seized from four traders the arrest was made on Saturday, August 9, 2020 in Pulowou Town, Wahansa District.

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Jonathan O. Grigsby, Sr. a Liberian Journalist, currently employed with the Liberia Broadcasting System (LBS) and have worked at the entity for more than ten years. Over the years, he has been covering National and Local Elections in Liberia conducted by the National Elections Commission (NEC). He reports on various diplomatic missions accredited near Monrovia, Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH), and reported also on the Ebola outbreak in the country also provide coverage on Local and International NGOs and Civil Society Organizations. He is currently, a senior student at the African United Methodist Episcopal United (AMEU), reading Sociology and Mass Communication.


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