Nimba Superintendent Fong G. Zuagele revealed that his countyâ€™s lawmakers have refused to attend a two-day dialogue and consultative meeting being staged by the Ministry of Internal Affairs.
A US$3,000 donation to the Wea-Gbei district by Vice President Joseph Boakai has created commotion between citizens and the districtâ€™s commissioner over how the funds have been used.
The representative for Nimbaâ€™s first district, Jeremiah Kpan Koung, has embarked on the construction of a 100-bed health center in Ganta.
The suspended County Education Officer of Nimba, Wleh T. Selah, will be reinstated in a different role after being cleared of payroll fraud.
Prominent businessman Prince Howard has dispelled widespread rumors that he is ill.
The Ministry of Public Works, through its Resident Engineer, G. Lahaison Waritay, has informed individuals with properties marked for demolition between Jackieâ€™s Guest House and the Ganta-Guinea Border to leave the area immediately.
District eight representative Larry P. Younquoi has provided an update to the people of Nimba about his recent visit to Kenya.
During a joint press conference with Justice Minister Benedict Sannoh recently, Liberiaâ€™s Information Minister Lewis G. Brown said that regulations governing community radio stations would become more stringent, in light of the mob violence in Ganta.