Liberia’s National Bar Association is expected to hold its national convention in Gbarnga, Bong beginning November 23.
A deal has been agreed upon to sell Nimba’s decades-old mining scraps to two companies, Sethi Ferro Fabrik and North Star Industry, Inc.; however, citizens have demanded that the details of the contract be made public.
The National Elections Commission has ordered a recount of votes at several polling precincts in Bong’s fourth electoral district.
County Superintendent D. Dorr Cooper has said the lack of finances might make it difficult for Nimba to appear in this year’s iteration of Liberia’s most popular sporting tournament.
Traders in Nimba’s commercial hub, Ganta, are complaining that the uncertainty caused by the current impasse in the elections is making it much more difficult to do business.
The Ninth Judicial Circuit Court in Gbarnga on Monday opened for the November term with a call for judicial actors to work harder in prosecuting cases to reduce the number of pre-trial detainees in the county.
The Total gas station near the airport has suffered another armed robbery, bringing to four a number of times the local filling station has been attacked by robbers since its construction.
New York University, in partnership with Friends of Liberia and the United States Institute for Peace, will host a panel discussion on the 2017 Liberia elections this Friday.