The Institute for Research and Democratic Development has released its Legislative Report Card for 2016, once again grading Nimba Senator Prince Yormie Johnson poorly.
Officials of the All Liberian Party Nimba Chapter of businessman-turned-politician Benoni Urey have expressed disappointment in the county’s leadership, following a decision to name Amos Suah as its candidate for representative of Nimba’s first district.
After the recent dismissal of former Nimba Superintendent Fong Zuagele, Sen. Thomas Grupee has confirmed that the Nimba County Legislative Caucus was not aware of the president’s decision to appoint Dorr Cooper as superintendent.
The final batch of employees at Nimba Rubber Incorporated, formerly known as the Cocopa Rubber Company, are now receiving their severance pay after serving the entity for 20 years.
Calls are raining in from several NGOs within Nimba for the county inspector, Reginald Mahn, to retract statements he made in Grand Gedeh accusing organizations like the Carter Center of fueling conflicts among ethnic groups in order to obtain funding.
Wilfred Bangura has denied rumors circulating that he is considering a switch to Vice President Joseph Boakai’s ruling Unity Party.
Wleh T. Selah, the previously suspended County Education Officer of Nimba, has refused to be reinstated after the Education Minister reappointed him.
The Regional Education Officer for Bong, Lofa, Nimba, Grand Bassa and River Cess Counties, George S. S. Wuo has strongly reacted to a statement calling for his resignation.