The Political Leader of the opposition Movement for Progressive Change, Simeon Freeman, has predicted a massive opposition support for Vice President Joseph Boakia as was done 2011 for President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf.
As Liberians prepare to elect a new government for the next six years, millions of United States dollars are been pumped by international partners into the coffers of the National Elections Commission to enable it to adequately conduct the elections in a free fair and transparent manner.
The Ambassador of the Republic of Liberia accredited to the Federal Republic of Nigeria, His Excellency Professor Al-Hassan Conteh, has made a brief presentation on the Presidential Emergence Pattern in Liberia from war to peace.
President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has dedicated the Eighth Judicial Circuit Complex in Sanniquellie, Nimba County. The Liberian leader commended the Judiciary for the level of reform over the years by the administration of the deceased and current Chief Justices of the Honorable Supreme Court of Liberia.
As Liberians prepare for the October 10, 2017 Representatives and Presidential elections, the Chief of Staff of the Armed Forces of Liberia (AFL), Daniel Ziankahn, is calling on soldiers of the AFL not to politicize the army stressing that the army is not a political institution.
As campaign activities get heated, Montserrado County District 17 Representative William Varney Dakel has admonished his opponents to remain peaceful and civil in their campaign messages for the betterment of the district.
The Supreme Court of Liberia has cleared Representative Edwin Melvin Snowe to participate in the 2017 electoral process in Bomi County District #1 after several legal battles at various levels of the National Elections Commission’s magistrate and elections dispute hearing offices and at the Board of Commissioners of the NEC.
The Charge d’Affaires and Head of the Liberian Mission in Ghana, newly appointed ambassador of Liberia to Sierra Leone, Madam Musu Ruhle and her entourage paid a courtesy visit to the headquarters of the Liberian Students Association Ghana (LISA-GH) in Buduburam with the intent of taking a pictorial view of their mini-library.