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.
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.
Nimba County fifth district’s representative, Samuel Kogar has alarmed threats posed to his life, by the county’s senior senator, Prince Johnson.
Several women are expected to benefit from free fistula surgery at the G. W. Harley Hospital in Sanniquellie beginning on November 12.
Opposition party candidates from the representative race in Nimba’s eighth electoral district are taking cues from Liberty Party’s win at the Supreme Court in relation to their district election and recounting process.
Recounting of votes in the representative race in Nimba’s eighth district has ended, with incumbent lawmaker Larry P. Younquoi being declared the winner, ahead of Saye Sylvester Mainah of the Movement for Democracy and Reconstruction, who had previously led the last count.
Electoral officials have begun recounting ballots in Nimba’s eighth electoral district based on a close race between incumbent Rep. Larry P. Younquoi of the ruling Unity Party and his lead contender, Saye Sylvester Mianah of the Movement for Democracy and Reconstruction.