Senator Prince Yormie Johnson, chairman of the Nimba Legislative Caucus, is calling on the countyâ€™s administration to account for the US$1.9 million apportioned in the countyâ€™s 2015/2016 budget.
Fong G. Zuagele, Nimbaâ€™s superintendent, has strongly reacted to recent statements by Sen. Prince Y. Johnson that there will not be a county council sitting held until Zuageleâ€™s administration can make a formal report to the Nimba Legislative Caucus.
Wilfred Bangura has denied rumors circulating that he is considering a switch to Vice President Joseph Boakaiâ€™s ruling Unity Party.
The political leader of the Movement for Democracy and Reconstruction, Prince Y. Johnson, has said that Liberia might return to its past of instability should there be â€œcheatingâ€ in the upcoming 2017 presidential election.
At least 16 opposition political parties have affixed their signatures to a formal declaration for a possible coalition in the upcoming 2017 presidential election, following a one-day summit in Ganta on Saturday, September 17.
The director of the National Christian Task Force of Liberia, Rev. David Benitoe, has warned politicians not to politicize religions as a way of getting votes ahead of the 2017 general and presidential elections.
Senator Thomas Grupee has cautioned individuals against making promises that they can deliver the county to politicians in the 2017 elections.
The former founder and standard bearer of the National Union for Democratic Progress have vowed to remove several Nimba Lawmakers from their posts in the 2017 elections.