The president of the William V. S. Tubman University, Elliot Wreh-Wilson, has announced that a lack of funds flowing to the university has led to a decrease in professors at the nation’s second-largest public university.
The Ministry of Agriculture, with support from the International Fund for Agricultural Development, has launched the US$30 million Tree Crop Extension Project in Nimba.
The Ministry of Commerce and Industry’s senior inspector for Nimba, Nelson Korquoi, has issued a warning to businesses in the county against inflating the price of the ‘Pro-Poor’ rice.
Nimba’s county superintendent, Dorr Cooper, wants a change in how counties are allotted county development funds. He says it is unfair for the second most populous county, Nimba, to receive the same amount as others – US$200,000.
The president of the Nimba County Community College has outlined several challenges facing the institution, noting that he met the college’s account empty with debt owed to several vendors.
The Ministry of Transport says it has registered 3,100 motorcycles in Nimba and collected L$11,119,525 (US$70,377) and US$6,100 in registration fees.
An associate professor at the William V. S. Tubman University in Maryland, Eli Budu Tubman, has expressed interest in running for the county’s senatorial seat in 2020..
The Liberia Drug Enforcement Agency in Maryland has burnt 57 kg of marijuana confiscated in Harper. The exercise took place late last month in Philadelphia, a local community in Harper.