Sen. Thomas Grupee confirms that the County Council Sitting was postponed because the county has not yet filled the vacancy of the assistant superintendent for development position.
The Faculty Association of Nimba County Community Colege says it is willing to work with the college’s president, Yar Gono.
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.
The Senate has confirmed D. Dorr Cooper as Nimba’s county superintendent, Saye E. L. Mussah as assistant superintendent for fiscal affairs, and Reginald Mehn as Nimba’s county inspector.
Rep. Jeremiah Kpan Koung has endorsed his longtime mentor, Sen. Prince Yormie Johnson, to retain the chairmanship of the Nimba County Legislative Caucus for the next six years.
Superintendent Fong G. Zuagele has warned those making disparaging statements against him concerning the recent report to the Nimba County Legislative Caucus to refrain or risk being sued.
Junior Senator Thomas Grupee and District #7 Representative Worlea Saywah Donah both resigned their respective posts as Chairman and Secretary of the Nimba County Legislative Caucus. The lawmakers announced their resignation at the recently concluded County Council Sitting Meeting held in Sanniquellie.