Citizens of Sehkinpah Town in Sanniquellie-Mahn Administrative District have donated 40 acres of land to the George Way Harley Hospital, in an effort to bring relief to the hospital’s long-term quest to relocate.
“Liberia is on the wrong track,” a U.S.-based human rights advocate has claimed. Torli Krua is advocating for Liberians to start practicing participatory democracy in order to bring substantive changes to the country.
The Chief Executive Officer of the former Cocopa Rubber Company now called Nimba Rubber Incorporated Mr. Harrison S. Karnwea has told its former employees of the company to “go to court,” if they feel that the company “owes them” benefits.
Sen. Thomas Grupee of Nimba has called for a revision of the Mineral Development Agreement between the Liberian government and steel giant ArcelorMittal.
The Friends of Samuel Brown Network in Liberia, a local political group aimed at supporting the representative candidacy of its namesake, has broken grounds for the construction of a 26-room clinic in Nyor Diaplay Town.
Bein-Garr District Education Officer J. Lynon Martor, who has served the district for over four years, is being reassigned to take on the same post in Saclepea-Mahn Education District One.
Eighteen of the 20 hand pumps that residents of Nimba’s first electoral district decided to build with US$70,000 in earmarked funds from the Legislative Support Project have been completed and dedicated.
The Liberia Drugs Enforcement Agency assigned in Nimba said it has uprooted and destroyed 5,000 marijuana plants from a farm in Seikpah Town in upper Nimba.