Liberia’s second largest city was the center of politics this past weekend as Unity Party and the All Liberian Party competed for attention with opposing events.
The Ministry of National Defense has described a call by the Liberty Party standard bearer Charles Walker Brumskine to recruit so-called zogos into the Armed Forces of Liberia as a violation of the new defense act.
Accepting Liberty Party’s nomination to contest this year’s presidential elections, Charles W. Brumskine made some pledges regarding education that appear quite laudable at first glance. However, further scrutiny reveals that Liberty Party’s education policies are nothing new.
Ahead of political campaigning next month for the October elections, a resurgence of the Congo-native divide is taking a major stage as a trending issue in the elections.
Liberty Party’s Charles Walker Brumskine has continued his advocacy for the reopening of the now defunct Agriculture Cooperative Development Bank – this time in Nimba.
Liberty Party Standard Bearer Charles Walker Brumskine has vowed to reopen the defunct Agricultural Cooperative Development Bank if elected the next president of Liberia.
As we move towards a very pivotal period in our country’s existence, I am one of those in the youth and students’ community who elected not to dive into superficial political debates. This is because they are immaterial to the poverty and misery of the mass of Liberians.
Charles Walker Brumskine, the political leader of the opposition Liberty Party, has described the current management team at the state-owned Liberia Broadcasting System as the talking tool of the campaign team for Vice President Joseph N. Boakai and his governing Unity Party.