Scores of citizens hailing from Gboa Clan in Nimba’s second electoral district are making a call familiar to rural residents across the country – they want the government to rehabilitate the stretch of road connecting them to their county’s capital.
Amid rumors that the Coronavirus death recorded in Nimba did not actually test positive, two Nimba lawmakers are seeking clarity from the Ministry of Health.
Hundreds of current and redundant employees at the private Morris American Rubber Company in Todee District staged a protest in demand of benefits allegedly owed them by the company.
Nimbaâ€™s lawmakers have elected a new code of officers to lead the legislative caucus for the next six years, with Sen. Prince Johnson reelected for a third term to serve as chairman.
Members of the Dokondan Farmersâ€™ Cooperative in Gbendi received a tractor worth over US$50,000 from a USAID-funded project.