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.
Citizens in Margibi are requesting Senator Jim Tornonlah to accept the proposal to cut down his salary and benefits.
Barely one week after a proposal calling for a reduction in the salaries and benefits of public officials was presented to the Liberian Senate, some senators have strongly rejected the proposal.
After the recent dismissal of former Nimba Superintendent Fong Zuagele, Sen. Thomas Grupee has confirmed that the Nimba County Legislative Caucus was not aware of the president’s decision to appoint Dorr Cooper as superintendent.
President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has appointed Nimba’s assistant superintendent for development, D. Dorr Cooper, as the new superintendent of the county, replacing Fong Zuagele.
After disputes between the Nimba County Administration and lawmakers about whether the superintendent submitted a report to the Nimba County Legislative Caucus on how the county spent the 2015/2016 budget, there is now clarity on the matter.
Nimba’s County Superintendent Fong G. Zuagele has confirmed that his administration has leased out a portion of the superintendent’s compound to a local businessman to operate as an entertainment center.