The United States Congress has received a resolution calling for the full implementation of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s recommendations, including the establishment of an extraordinary criminal tribunal for Liberia.
Sen. Prince Johnson of Nimba has warned against the establishment of a war crimes court in Liberia.
Nimba’s Sen. Prince Johnson has again publicly weighed in on the dual citizenship debate, stressing that lawmakers should not concentrate on the issue.
Nimba’s lawmakers have elected a new code of officers to lead the legislative caucus for the next six years, with Sen. Prince Johnson reelected for a third term to serve as chairman.
Several businesswomen in Ganta benefited from a L$3 million (US$22,900) donation from Nimba’s first electoral district representative, Jeremiah Koung.
Nimba’s Sen. Prince Yormie Johnson is calling for a united Nimba County Legislative Caucus in order to ensure that the county can benefit from peace and development.
The Senate has confirmed D. Dorr Cooper as Nimba’s county superintendent, Saye E. L. Mussah as assistant superintendent for fiscal affairs, and Reginald Mehn as Nimba’s county inspector.
D. Dorr Cooper, the superintendent designate of Nimba, has finally broken his silence about recent statements made by Sen. Prince Johnson that he would withdraw his support for Cooper’s confirmation.