As mixed views continue to rage among citizens of Nimba over the selection of House Speaker J. Emmanuel Nuquay of Margibi by Vice President Joseph Nyuma Boakai to serve as his running mate, Sen. Prince Y. Johnson has said it is a “payback” to Nimbaians who he said had “badmouthed” their own leaders.
The Institute for Research and Democratic Development has released its 2016 report on the performance of lawmakers in the 53rd National Legislature.
The Institute for Research and Democratic Development has released its Legislative Report Card for 2016, once again grading Nimba Senator Prince Yormie Johnson poorly.
The secretary-general of the Movement for Democracy and Reconstruction has indicated that the letter of resignation submitted to the party’s office by one of its founding members, Rep. Samuel Kogar of Nimba’ fifth district, will be rejected.
Prince Y. Johnson, standard bearer of the Movement for Democracy and Reconciliation, says he prefers a coalition with Unity Party’s Joseph N. Boakai over Benoni Urey of the All Liberian Party.
Ahead of political campaigning next month for the October elections, a resurgence of the Congo-native divide is taking a major stage as a trending issue in the elections.
Dorr Cooper, the newly confirmed superintendent of Nimba, has promised to hold a County Council Sitting soon.
Charles W. Brumskine and Harrison Karnwea are set to take Liberty Party to the October elections following Brumskine’s declaration of Karnwea as his running mate in a formal ceremony held over the weekend in Saclepea.