The national vice chairman of the Movement for Economic Empowerment and the County Charter chair of the opposition Alternative National Congress have both denied speculations that their political leaders would not appear in the 2017 presidential lineup.
In the wake of debates among citizens on the implementation of the Code of Conduct, President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf on Tuesday, March 14 issued Executive Order No. 83, specifying some requirements for the Office of the Ombudsman.
The National Elections Commission has disclosed the arrival of more than 40,000 ballots in the country for the February 28 by-election in Lofa to replace the deceased Rep. Eugene Fallah Kparkar.
Scores of citizens of Bong and other counties gathered in Gbarnga this past Saturday to welcome home Jeremiah C. Sulunteh, Sr., Liberia’s former ambassador to United States, Canada, and Mexico after five years of diplomatic service.
The national chairman of the opposition Alternative National Congress, Horatio Gould, says President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf’s Unity Party government neglected residents in southeastern Liberia for much of its reign.
The political leader of the Alternative National Congress has donated a 350 KVA generator to the administration of the Booker Washington Institute, according to a party source.
In another appeal to Liberia’s second most populous county, presidential aspirant Alexander B. Cummings said if elected, he will make agriculture his top priority, with Nimba to play a major role in reducing the country’s dependency on imported food.
A presidential candidate hopeful in the upcoming presidential elections, Alexander Cummings is calling on all Liberians to stand up in the fight against corruption. Cummings made the declaration during a recent visit to Nimba.