Ganta’s Alvino Hotel reopens after it was forced to terminate operations due to fire damages caused by an angry mob on September 30, 2015.
With Vice President Joseph Boakai’s selection of Nuquay as his running mate, there is a palpable sense of disappointment in Nimba. Citizens of Liberia’s second most populous county had counted on Boakai naming a running mate from the county, especially as he visited Nimba just a few days before he announced his choice.
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.
September 30 marked one year since Ganta came to a standstill for more than three hours due to mob violence.
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.
After several months of an apparent misunderstanding between citizens of the electoral district 1 in Nimba and Rep. Jeremiah K. Koung over a statement suggesting that his friends have changed, the lawmaker has finally cleared the air.
Prominent businessman Prince Howard has dispelled widespread rumors that he is ill.
The Chief Executive Officer of Alvino Enterprises, Prince Howard, has vowed to create more than 400 jobs opportunities for Ganta youth shortly, in the wake of the September 30 mob violence that was led by mostly young people.