Residents of the LPMC Bypass and the Valley communities in Ganta are calling on the Gompa City Corporation to relocate a garbage site that is in the middle of the communities, three schools, and a worship center.
President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has expressed her disappointment and frustration over the actions of Nimba lawmakers who missed the dedication ceremony of the newly constructed Judiciary Complex in Sanniquellie.
In what has been a gloomy week for the Ganta United Methodist Hospital, a fire gutted a doctors’ residence, killing an Indian dentist who was on a one-year assignment in Liberia.
A two-day downpour of heavy rains has flooded the Ganta-Saclepea road and left hundreds of commuters stranded.
Unity Party and Liberty Party are in a war of words in Nimba as the ruling party has accused Liberty Party ‘foot soldiers’ of intimidating voters by collecting voter registration numbers. Liberty Party contends that the practice is simply meant to track its door-to-door outreach campaign.
Following months of media war between the Ganta Mayor Benjamin S. Dokpa and the Friends of Samuel N. Brown Network in Liberia, the city has finally made available more than eight acres of land for the political group to construct a city hall.
The Institute for Research and Democratic Development, under the Liberian Accountability and Voice Initiative Natural Resources Management project, has concluded a gathering in Ganta meant to deepen citizens’ understanding of county and social development funds.
Prior to the civil war, schools were very much a part of the process due to an academic calendar that coincided with the holiday. However, as many schools are on their vacation break, students participate in the parades less frequently.