In March, the Institute for Research and Democratic Development released its Annual Legislative Report for 2015. The report, which assesses the performances of lawmakers, indicated that Nimba’s Senator Prince Y. Johnson performed poorly in the Senate.
On Monday, the Institute for Research and Democratic Development released its 2015 legislative performance report grading lawmakers of the 53rd National Legislature. The report ranked specific lawmakers on various aspects of their performances and highlighteds overall concerns with the institution.
Senator Prince Yormie Johnson of Nimba County has disclosed information about the formation of a new political party. Speaking to a crew of journalist in Cocopa over the weekend, Senator Johnson said all is now set to finally register the party with the National Elections Commission.
The Armed Forces of Liberia have embarked on a series of internal security operations and training exercises as the United Nations Mission in Liberia is expected to draw down by June 2016.
GANTA, Nimba – Senator Prince Yormie Johnson of Nimba County has responded to reports that he invited the Central Bank of Liberia Governor J. Mills Jones to Nimba to discuss a future merger for the upcoming 2017 elections.
Nimba’s 9th District Representative Richard Matenokay Tingban is calling on all Nimbaians to vote for Vice President Joseph N. Boakai in the upcoming presidential elections of 2017.
A 10-day renovation of the Liberia National Police station in Ganta has finally come to a conclusion. The renovation, which started on October 15, was needed because of damages inflicted by an angry mob during the September 30 unrest in the city.
Senator Thomas Grupee has told reporters that he is not in favor of establishing a war crimes court in Liberia, as part of the implementation of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission recommendations.