Victor Doolakeh Taryor has resigned as chief administrator of Ganta United Methodist Hospital after eight years of service.
Nimba district commissioners and mayors are unhappy with their roles in the upcoming Nimba County regular council sitting meeting.
The Nimba Community Radio Association has inducted new officials for the next three years.
Although schools in Ganta have received supplies to reopen on the date specified by the government, classrooms remained empty as parents decided against sending their kids to school.
Radio Seinway reports that on Feb. 4, a huge consignment of assorted medical items were donated to the G. W. Harley Memorial Hospital.
Nimba County officials provided new information to residents on issues concerning the recent Ebola developments. Fong Zuaglay, superintendent of Nimba County, and Collins Boah, the county health coordinator, spoke on Radio Nimba’s live talk show, “Wake-up Nimba.”
In the past few years, credit unions have been making a resurgence in Liberia, and there is a strong need for their services. The existence of credit unions as viable financial services providers was certainly not the case a few years ago.