Following reports of an Ebola outbreak in neighboring Guinea, the Nimba County Health Team says it has begun to strengthen surveillance in communities bordering Guinea to prevent a spillover of the disease.
Nimba’s Superintendent Nelson Korquoi has announced that President George Weah will pay a five-day visit to Nimba beginning February 15.
The National Disaster Management Agency says it has developed plans to decentralize its activities in Nimba, a county that has been hit by numerous disasters over the past couple of years.
The Ministry of Youth and Sports has concluded its second Youth Entrepreneurship and Employment Project Business Plan Competition, with three young entrepreneurs from Nimba emerging as winners over the weekend.
The magistrate of the National Elections Commission for Upper Nimba has announced that it conducted updates for 26,953 voters to the Provisional Registration Roll during the recently concluded voter roll update process.
After a pest invasion that damaged crops in Gbein Fela, the Ministry of Agriculture is encouraging farmers in Nimba to begin employing traditional methods to combat plant-eating pests that invade their communities and destroy their farms.
Sen. Prince Y. Johnson has pronounced his resignation from the ECOWAS Parliament, where he served as deputy speaker. He plans to now focus on opening his polytechnic university.
The Eighth Judicial Circuit Court in Sanniquellie has moved to transfer the case of the trial of Sensee Kowo to the Second Judicial Circuit Court in Grand Bassa. Kowo, along with other defendants, is being tried for the murder of commercial motorcyclist Samuel Selleh.