An executive member of a constituent party of the opposition Collaborating Political Parties says he will run as an independent candidate for senator of Nimba despite the CPP endorsing the Liberty Party’s Edith Gongloe-Weh to contest on its ticket.
Maryland’s Sen. J. Gbleh Bo. Brown has proposed an act to create another higher institution of learning in the county.
The Senate’s Committee on Foreign Relations has halted the confirmation hearings of foreign affairs minister-designate Dee-Maxwell Kemayah amid allegations of sexual assault against the nominee.
Three members of the Nimba County Legislative Caucus, along with two candidates who were reportedly denied participation in the controversial Project Management Committee election, have file two separate motions with the Eighth Judicial Circuit Court seeking to nullify the results of the election.
The minister of state for presidential affairs, Nathaniel McGill, has pledged L$5 million (US$25,000) in micro-loans to Coalition of Democratic Change constituents and families living within 52 communities in Montserrado’s sixth district.
The opposition Alternative National Congress’s candidate for the upcoming senatorial elections in Sinoe, Grace Scotland Briamah, has accused the Greenville mayor of attacking her with a knife.
As the Dec. 8 senatorial elections draw near, the race to represent Grand Bassa at the Senate has received another contestant. Humanitarian Magdalene Harris has agreed to run after being petitioned by citizens.
The opposition alliance, the Collaborating Political Parties, has endorsed the political leader of Liberty Party, Sen. Nyonblee Karnga-Lawrence to vie for re-election in Grand Bassa.