The situation, according to commuters, has reportedly made it difficult for marketers and farmers to commute to Monrovia and other nearby cities to sell their agricultural produce.
According to marketers commuting from Zwedru to Monrovia, because of intense rainfalls in Nimba and Grand Gedeh Counties, over five commercial and NGO vehicles are stranded in a steep mud between Tappita and Toe Town in Grand Gedeh County, thus making it difficult for their goods to reach market places on time.
Madam Agatha Williams said she has over LD$50,000.00 worth of agricultural produce on truck from Grand Gedeh to Monrovia, but because of the bad road condition, vehicles cannot reach to Monrovia.
She said the condition is worsening and if nothing is done in the next few days to curtail the problem, the prices of various agricultural products will quadruple in the capital Monrovia and other parts of the country.
The marketer claimed that farmers in Grand Gedeh are also finding it difficult to get their agriculture produce to nearby towns and cities due to the flooding along the bush roads.