All 11 Nimba lawmakers are now fully represented at the 54th National Legislature following the official certification of the final representative-elect from the October 10 representative elections.
A market project that is being implemented by the Sirleaf Market Women’s Fund continues to lie in ruins after neglect and damage from storms.
Members of the National Health Workers Association of Liberia have completed another quarterly gathering in Ganta that was meant to have health workers discuss challenges they face in performing their duties and how they can find solutions to them.
After receiving a generator in December 2017 as their first donation from the USAID-funded Liberia Agribusiness Development Activity project, the Khodo Farmers’ Cooperative in Zayglay, Nimba has received a farm tractor to boost their farming activities.
Several businesswomen in Ganta benefited from a L$3 million (US$22,900) donation from Nimba’s first electoral district representative, Jeremiah Koung.
Moses S. Dologbay, Nimba’s county education officer, has warned schools against demanding that graduating seniors pay graduation fees before being allowed to take the ongoing West African Senior Secondary Certificate Examinations.
Nimba’s Sen. Prince Yormie Johnson is calling for a united Nimba County Legislative Caucus in order to ensure that the county can benefit from peace and development.
Hundreds of Muslims gathered in Ganta on Friday, March 30 to dedicate a mosque which had been under renovation for over two years.