Nimba’s assistant superintendent for development, Dorr Cooper, told the press that his absence from Unity Party’s Nimba County Charter Convention will not affect the party moving forward.
At least 16 opposition political parties have affixed their signatures to a formal declaration for a possible coalition in the upcoming 2017 presidential election, following a one-day summit in Ganta on Saturday, September 17.
A senior partisan of the opposition Liberty Party, Edith Gongloe Weh, has informed the public that her political leader is expected in Nimba County this Friday, July 1.
Although presidential elections in the United States will take place nearly a year before those in Liberia, one would not know by the political jostling and cabinet resignations presently shaking up Monrovia.
The chairman of Liberty Party’s Nimba branch has denied claims that the opposition party has agreed to join forces with the ruling Unity Party in the upcoming 2017 elections.
On March 13, Al Qaeda’s North African wing, the Islamic Maghreb attacked Ivory Coast’s Grand Bassam Beach leaving over 20 people dead. Following the attack, two suspects were arrested in Kindia, Guinea.
The leader of Liberty Party, Charles W. Brumskine, said he is optimistic that his party will form a merger with the Friends of Lawrence Sua political group.