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Church Sues ‘Country Devil’ In Nimba

A church in Nimba County is said to have filed a traditional lawsuit against a ‘country devil’ in a traditional court in the county.

According to a local radio station, the church complained the ‘country devil’ to the traditional court for forcibly initiating one of its members.

OkayFM said a traditional head in the county has been fined ten thousand Liberian dollars (LRD10,000.00 and the license of another Zoe revoked for reportedly initiating a church executive illegally.

The station said Joseph Saye was recently initiated after he reportedly went missing.

Saye is said to be an Executive of the Liberia Inland Church in Nimba County. The church has resisted the initiation of the church’s executive.

At the same time, the Liberia Inland Church in Nimba County has taken a country devil to a traditional court for forcibly initiating one of its members.

Another report from the county states that the President of Arcelor Mittal Workers Union has gone missing.

Prince Natt Brown reportedly went missing on August 4, 2018 and has not been found.

According to family sources, Prince has not returned since he was picked up from his home by the company’s vehicle Saturday.

It can be recalled the management of steel giant recently suspended Prince Natt Brown from its employ for allegedly inciting workers to carry out a protest against the Company.

Meanwhile, police authorities in Nimba County have invited the management of Arcelor Mittal to respond to questions surrounding its missing employee.

Family members; including workers of the company are demanding the living body of the missing man.

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