Several young people have been protesting in Ganta in an effort to have the street lights in the city and other major Nimba cities restored.
Representative Gunpue L. Kargon of Nimba’s fourth electoral district has embarked on a weeklong appreciation and reconciliation tour of his district.
Nimba County Community College’s Class of 2016 has erected a statue on the main campus of the college in honor of the college’s first president.
Residents along the highway from Ganta to Tappita are expected to soon receive payments for properties that would be affected by the pending road construction.
Several traditional leaders gathered on Wednesday, June 6 unanimously signed and endorsed a resolution in support of the government’s Pro-Poor Agenda.
Chiefs and elders from Bong, Lofa, and Nimba have converged in Ganta, Nimba County for a conference aiming to obtain the support of the traditional leaders for the government’s Pro-Poor Agenda in their respective localities.
The standard bearer of the Alternative National Congress has thanked the people of Nimba for their support to party during last year’s elections.
About 200 traditional leaders from the 15 counties will meet in Ganta on Monday, June 4 for a three-day national meeting about the government’s development agenda.