Source: Star Radio Liberia
Written by Peter Fahny
Report says normal traffic from Foya, Lofa County to Gbarnga, Bong County has come to a standstill due to bad road condition between the two counties.
The price of gasoline in Lofa County has at the same time increased from two hundred ninety Liberian Dollars to four hundred fifty Liberian dollars.
Gasoline dealers attribute the price hike to difficulty in getting gasoline from Monrovia to their respected counties.
Our reporter says passengers traveling from Foya to Gbarnga are stranded in Voinjama with their personal belongings.
According to our correspondent, the road between Lofa and Bong Counties is damaged at several locations.