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 Chief Executive Officer of the former Cocopa Rubber Company now called Nimba Rubber Incorporated Mr. Harrison S. Karnwea has told its former employees of the company to “go to court,” if they feel that the company “owes them” benefits.
Charles W. Brumskine and Harrison Karnwea are set to take Liberty Party to the October elections following Brumskine’s declaration of Karnwea as his running mate in a formal ceremony held over the weekend in Saclepea.
A former supporter of the ruling Unity Party and current member of the Liberty Party, Harrison Karnwea, is calling on Liberians to go to the polls on October 10, 2017 to retire Joseph N. Boakai.
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 opposition Liberty Party of Charles Walker Brumskine has again denied rumors that it is being supported by President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf.
The former Liberian ambassador to the United States, Canada and Mexico, Jeremiah C. Sulunteh, has resigned from the ruling Unity Party.
The World Bank and the Government of Liberia have signed a US$36.7 million grant to support ongoing efforts to improve integrated management of targeted forest landscapes.