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Nimba County

Citizens of Leessonnoh Chiefdom, Nimba County have endorsed the re-election bid of Representative Larry P. Younquoi of District #8.
During the endorsement program attended by hundreds of residents of Lessonnoh Town on July 22, 2017, they cited the lawmaker’s leadership ability over the years, his tangible hand marks in almost all of the nearly 75 townships, towns and villages in the district, his unmatched level of representation, oversight and lawmaking amongst others.

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-Citizen of Doe Administrative District In Nimba Calls
A Concerned citizen of Doe Administrative district in Tappita Statutory District, electoral district #9 in Nimba County is  calling on the National Elections Commission (NEC) to disqualify Dr. Michael Slawon from contesting the impending October’s elections in the country.

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-President Pleads For Attention; Cites Inadequate Funding

The president of the Nimba County Community College (NCCC), Dr. Yah Donlah Gonway-Gono said with increasing enrollment of students at the institution the ardent need for more resources cannot be overemphasized.

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An aspirant of Nimba County Electoral District #8 is under pressure from the people of Gbahn for development fund. The citizens of the town are calling on the chief executive officer of an unnamed company allegedly owned by an aspirant of the district to make available an amount of US$4,000.00 meant for development projects in the town.

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Citizens including chiefs, elders, women and youth groups have overwhelmingly endorsed the candidacy of Cllr. Cooper W. Kruah, Sr., for representative for electoral district nine in lower Nimba County.

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