After spending nearly seven months with the opposition Liberty Party, Lawrence Bropleh has joined the Movement for Economic Empowerment.
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.
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.
Liberia’s 103 legislative seats are occupied by only 12 women, which means only 11.7 percent of lawmakers are women – a figure that’s staggering in a country that celebrates electing Africa’s first female president.
If Liberian political parties consider River Cess to be a scene worth competing in, it is not apparent from the sight at the local offices of the various parties, which are characterized by empty and closed buildings.
The political leaders of the Alternative National Congress and the Movement for Economic Empowerment were both expected to pay a visit to Nimba today in their quest to cement their relationship with the people of the county.
Lofa Senator Stephen Zargo, the chairman of the Senate Committee on Defense, Intelligence, and Veteran Affairs, has warned politicians to desist from making inflammatory statements that could undermine the peace of the country during the 2017 election period.
President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has finally constituted the Office of Ombudsman for the implementation of the Code of Conduct.