After disputes between the Nimba County Administration and lawmakers about whether the superintendent submitted a report to the Nimba County Legislative Caucus on how the county spent the 2015/2016 budget, there is now clarity on the matter.
Nimba’s County Superintendent Fong G. Zuagele has confirmed that his administration has leased out a portion of the superintendent’s compound to a local businessman to operate as an entertainment center.
Senator Prince Yormie Johnson, chairman of the Nimba Legislative Caucus, is calling on the county’s administration to account for the US$1.9 million apportioned in the county’s 2015/2016 budget.
The eighth judicial circuit court in Sanniquellie has opened for its November term with the resident judge addressing lawyers, magistrates, police, and ordinary citizens in an attempt to promote justice and the rule of law.
The Senegalese company constructing the road from Ganta to Yekepa is expected to resume work in early December, according to information from Nimba’s Superintendent Fong G. Zuagele.
Fong G. Zuagele, Nimba’s superintendent, has strongly reacted to recent statements by Sen. Prince Y. Johnson that there will not be a county council sitting held until Zuagele’s administration can make a formal report to the Nimba Legislative Caucus.
It’s nearly one year since the 2016 Sept. 30th stream of mob violence took place in Ganta, following the death of a commercial motorcyclist.
At a press briefing this past weekend and following UNMIL’s handing over security to the government, Nimba Superintendent Fong G. Zuagele said he believes that Liberia can overcome security threats if its citizens take the initiative to maintain peace.