GOMPA, Nimba â€“ As the October 2017 general and presidential election draws nearer, Nimba, Liberiaâ€™s second most populous county, continues to receive attention from political parties seeking votes.
This past weekend, the Unity Party and All Liberian Party both held programs simultaneously in Ganta. Below are photos from the two gatherings.
All Liberian Party Convention banner in Ganta. Photo: Zeze Ballah
The Liberia National Police brings a situation under control involving a supporter of one of the political parties and the crowd. Photo: Zeze Ballah
Nimba County Progressive Student Alliance pledges support to a Joseph Nyumah Boakai presidency. Photo: Zeze Ballah
All Liberian Party Standard Bearer Benoni Urey waves to supporters upon arrival in Ganta. Photo: Emmanuel Degleh
The Nimba branch of the Yana Boys Association of Liberia welcomes Boakai to Nimba. Photo: Zeze Ballah
Supporters of the All Liberian Party welcome Benoni Urey to Ganta. Photo: Emmanuel Dehleh
Supporters of Unity Party in a jubilant mood in the streets of Ganta. Photo: Zeze Ballah
Representative Sekou Kannah (in red), Mohammed Ali (in white) and other Partisans of the Unity Party in Ganta. Photo: Zeze Ballah
Featured photo by Zeze Evans Ballah