Citizens of Kayata in Suakoko District’s Kporquelleh Clan lined the main entrance of their town, singing, clapping, and dancing to celebrate the rehabilitation of their road.
After being appointed as Nimba’s superintendent on Jan. 12, the former assistant superintendent of Nimba, Dorr Cooper, was confirmed on Thursday, March 23.
As the rainy season approaches, commuters who frequent the road between Grand Bassa and River Cess are starting to worry about the potential impact of the bad road conditions on their travels.
Residents of Kollie-Kiane-ta and other surrounding villages in Margibi’s Lackeyta Township are concerned about their safety after the discovery of the lifeless body of a man in a creek that villagers use for bathing and other purposes.
The city corporation in Gompa is blaming the city’s dirty streets on the lack of vehicles to transport garbage out of the city.
Othello Cooper, the owner of a four-bedroom house that was burned on March 20, has received his first donation to his SOS call.
Police in Monrovia are currently interrogating Musa M. Kanneh, the manager of Kaha International Construction Company, for failing to renovate the Cape Palmas High School in Harper, Maryland after his company was awarded the contract.
The Carter Center, under its Access to Justice Program, has concluded a two-day training for Chiefs and Elders of Nimba County, educating them on how to respond to judiciary matters in their various communities.