The manner in which the election of officials of Nimba’s Project Management Committee was conducted during the just-ended Nimba County Council Sitting has created a controversy, as many are accusing Sen. Prince Johnson of illegally stage-managing the process.
Barely a week after Rep. Samuel Kogar threatened to sue the government for not providing Social Development Fund allotments owed to Nimba, Grand Bassa, and Bong, the Finance Ministry has issued checks worth US$3.1 million to the three counties in which ArcelorMittal operates.
Rep. Samuel Kogar says he wants the longstanding controversial Eton and EBOMAF loan agreements repealed.
Opposition members of the House of Representatives have accused Speaker Bhofal Chambers of bias because he did not present to the general body a communication from Finance Minister Samuel Tweah explaining delays in the submission of the 2020/2021 draft national budget.
The House of Representatives has summoned Public Works Minister Mobutu Nyenpan to answer to complaints of bad roads condition across the country.
As tensions brew between Tappita residents and the administration of the Jackson F. Doe Hospital over the authenticity of COVID-19 cases being reported from the city, Rep. Samuel Kogar is urging citizens to exercise restraint.
Rep. Samuel G. Kogar is fighting to clarify media reports about how he entered the country through Buutuo, along Liberiaâ€™s border with Ivory Coast, on March 24 as he returned from Ghana amid halted flights and closed borders. Â
Ahead of the October 2020 senatorial elections, Rep. Samuel G. Kogar of Nimbaâ€™s fifth district is calling on fellow Nimbaians to look beyond rhetoric and “empty” campaign promises to carefully scrutinize the records and individual lives of contenders.