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Nimba Peace Meeting Postponed

A meeting scheduled for today amongst Nimbaians to discuss the level of disunity has been postponed to a later date to be announced soon.
Recently, it was reported that a group named “Nimba Unification Council (NUCO) planned this mass peace and reconciliation conference for Saclepea in the county.
It was scheduled to begin today up to Tuesday, March 15, 2021. It was aimed at bringing together Nimbaians from all walks-of-life including home and abroad.
But in an announcement about the postponement, the organizers said the postponement was due to the lack of funding to underwrite the total cost of the gathering such as feeding, logistics and other materials.
In recent time, mainly from the Tuesday, December 8, 2020 special senatorial midterm election, there have been allegations and counter-allegations amongst supporters from the camps of various contested candidates in the county.
It can be recalled that on Tuesday, February 23, 2021, on the Okay FM Morning Rush Hour, prominent Nimbaians like Representative Larry Younquoi, Senator Prince Johnson and former Superintendent, Edith Gongloe-Weh, were heard discussing the issue of Nimba as it relates to the unity, oneness and cohesiveness of Liberia’s second vote-rich county.

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