A woman and her daughter were attacked by traditional women who tried to forcibly initiate them into a traditional Sande society.
Liberia National Police officers have heeded calls from residents and business owners to restrict the movement of officers of the Liberia Motorcycle Transport Union.
The Nimba County Legislative Caucus has established a committee to investigate a report on expenditures made at the just-ended county council sitting by the project management committee chairperson, Peterson M. Walker.
Moses Dologbay, Nimba’s county education officer, has announced that the county’s education districts have increased to 13, just as the academic year begins.
Sen. Prince Johnson of Nimba has warned against the establishment of a war crimes court in Liberia.
Delegates from across Nimba have concluded a meeting to decide the appropriations of development funds for the county, approving a US$3 million budget.
The Nimba County Council Sitting is expected to run from August 31 to September 2.
Rep. Gunpue L. Kargon and Rep. Roger Domah have provided reasons for walking out of the pivotal August 28 impeachment vote.