The Institute for Research and Democratic Development has ranked Nimba’s nine representatives as having the highest frequency of attending sessions in the 54th National Legislature.
The Liberia Chainsaw and Timber Dealers Union has observed its first-ever national retreat in Ganta to mark its 10th year of existence.
The Ministry of Transport has started inspecting the registration documents of vehicles operating in Nimba, including cars, trucks, and motorcycles.
Traditional leaders in Nimba are responding to increased reports of witchcraft-related crimes by calling on the government to start taking actions against those who have confessed to harming others through witchcraft.
Ganta’s Alvino Hotel reopens after it was forced to terminate operations due to fire damages caused by an angry mob on September 30, 2015.
Rep. Larry P. Younquoi has broken his silence on the case of the alleged missing billions. The lawmaker from of Nimba’s eighth district is calling for the former Central Bank governor, Milton A. Weeks, to be jailed.
After attending the United Nations’ 73rd General Assembly in New York, Rep. Jeremiah Kpan Koung of Nimba’s first district is expected to attend a fundraising program to support sanitation programs in Ganta.
Residents of Nimba’s first electoral district have agreed on a set of development plans for the district.