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Seven trucks loaded with the nation's staple food, rice destined for neighboring Conakry, Guinea, have been impounded from leaving the country via the Ganta border in Nimba County. The trucks in question, according to reports were heading for Guinea with huge consignments of parboiled rice on board, which was reportedly said to be taken to that country for commercial activities. According to our correspondent in the county, the trucks in question were first seized at the Ganta Immigration Check Point. Although reports said the trucks were destined for Guinea, but the operators and passengers on those trucks told security officers that they were heading for Grand Gedeh County, which is close to Nimba or share similar boundaries with that county

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Courtesy: The Inquirer

13th May 2011