The Central Bank of Liberia is conducting a four-day seminar for rural community financial institutions in Ganta.
At least three people have lost their lives following an accident involving a motorcycle and a commercial truck along the Saclepea-Tappita highway.
The National Elections Commission on Monday, December 11 ruled that the original October 10 representative elections results for Nimba’s eight electoral district will stand, therefore nullifying the November 4 recount that was conducted in Saclepea.
After the Supreme Court ruled on December 7 to allow the National Elections Commission to proceed with a runoff election, Nimba’s Sen. Prince Johnson has weighed in, saying that the decision was expected, given the country’s lack of funds to proceed with a re-run.
D. Dorr Cooper, the superintendent of Nimba, has accused Vice President Joseph Boakai, the standard bearer of Unity Party, of being responsible for why the road from Ganta to Yekepa remains unpaved.
With only three days remaining for the 2017-2018 National County Sports Meet kicks off, the county has not yet announced an official coach.
Over 200 participants from across Nimba gathered in Sanniquellie over the weekend to deliberate on steps needed to reduce maternal mortality within the county.
At the Barry A. Wallace Baptist High School, at least 11 students have seen their ties confiscated. A similar step was also taken at the Messiah Christian High School for over a dozen students, who were also threatened with demotion or expulsion if they failed to improve during the second marking period.