A scheduled re-examination of tally sheets to resolve the electoral dispute in Nimbaâ€™s fourth district has been delayed after Garrison D. Yealue said he was not notified on time.
Only 78 percent of polling places in Nimba have reported the results of the election, but a clearer picture on the legislative races is emerging.
The National Social Security and Welfare Corporation, known as NASSCORP, has dedicated its US$400,000 region four headquarters in Kakata, adding to other properties owned by the agency.
On Monday, the Institute for Research and Democratic Development released its 2015 legislative performance report grading lawmakers of the 53rd National Legislature. The report ranked specific lawmakers on various aspects of their performances and highlighteds overall concerns with the institution.
Tension is rising between District Four lawmaker, Garrison Yealue, and three prominent Nimba residents. Teeko Yorlay, Prince Gbieu, and John Barlea have accused the lawmaker of threatening to kill them.