Rep. Younquoi, has written to the 54th National Legislature to investigate the reductions in the social fund payment of ArcelorMittal to the three beneficiary counties—Nimba, Bong, and Grand Bassa.
Nimba’s Rep. Larry P. Younquoi says he wants the constitution rewritten to give the National Legislature more powerful contempt powers.
Nimba’s lawmakers have elected a new code of officers to lead the legislative caucus for the next six years, with Sen. Prince Johnson reelected for a third term to serve as chairman.
Rep. Larry P. Younquoi of Nimba eighth electoral district has embarked on the rehabilitation of a major road linking Sanniquellie-Mahn and Saclepea-Mahn Administrative districts.
Nimba’s Sen. Prince Yormie Johnson is calling for a united Nimba County Legislative Caucus in order to ensure that the county can benefit from peace and development.
Rep. Larry P. Younquoi, the chair of the Good Governance Committee at the House of Representatives, has said that the government is likely to postpone the National Housing and Population Census this year.
After a bitter election campaign in Nimba’s eighth electoral district that was eventually decided by the Supreme Court, defeated vice presidential candidate Harrison Karnwea is calling on Nimbaians to stop attacking Chief Justice Francis Korkpor for his perceived role in the issue.
The chair of the House of Representatives’ Good Governance Committee says he is alarmed over a recent push by President George Manneh Weah to allow individuals who are not black to become citizens and own properties in Liberia.