Workers laid off by mining giant ArcelorMittal have entered their third day of peaceful protest against the company for its reported failure to provide them with benefits they say they are due.
Sen. Prince Johnson Endorses Rep. Jeremiah Koung for 2020 Senatorial Election in Nimba
Less than a week after a leaked recording emerged of Sen. Prince Yormie Johnson describing the representative of Nimba’s first electoral district as a “greedy politician,” the self-proclaimed ‘godfather’ of Nimba has now pledged his support to Rep. Jeremiah Koung.
COVID-19 Resurfaces in Tappita, As Jackson F. Doe Hospital Records Three New Cases
Authorities at the Jackson Fiah Doe Memorial Regional Referral Hospital in Tappita say they have recorded three new cases of the Coronavirus and are expecting the arrival of an additional two in the coming days from an adjacent health facility.
Nimba’s Criminal Court E Sentences Three for Statutory Rapes
Three men ranging from 19 to 80 years of age have be sentenced by Criminal Court E at the Eighth Judicial Circuit Court in Sanniquellie for three separate statutory rapes.
Amid Accusations of Corruption, Nimba Sup’t Calls for Audit of Past Leaders
Amid a growing number of corruption allegations against him, Nimba’s Superintendent Nelson Korquoi is proposing auditing past and present leaders of the county.
Nimba Circuit Court Sentences Man to 30 Years for Murder
The Eighth Judicial Circuit Court has sentenced a 29-year-old man to 30 years in prison without the possibility of early parole for murdering a Nigerian.
Community Health Workers Trained in Nimba to Join COVID-19 Response
The first phase of training aimed at getting community health workers involved in the COVID-19 fight in Nimba has kicked off, with dozens of trainees gathering in Sanniquellie.
Nimba Circuit Court Sentences Man to Three Years for Manslaughter
The Eighth Judicial Circuit Court in Sanniquellie has sentenced a 55-year-old man to three years’ imprisonment for running over and killing another man with his vehicle in Ganta.