Indeed, Cllr. Charles Walker Brumskine spent himself in a worthy cause for Liberia’s betterment. Sadly, like the many great sons and daughters before him whose legacies live only in distant fading memories, what is left of him will depend upon the society he leaves behind.
Bong’s third district representative, Marvin Cole, has described claims that he is conspiring with Vice President Jewel Howard-Taylor to overthrow the government of President George Weah as “false and malicious.”
Political parties in Liberia have identified the adoption of a biometric voter registration as their priority for electoral reform.
Cyril Allen, the chairman of the governing council of the Coalition for Democratic Change, has described the recent expulsion of the vice president and standard bearer of the National Patriotic Party, Jewel Howard-Taylor, by some executives as “reckless and irresponsible.”
Cyril Allen has been tasked with the responsibility of appointing local government appointments in Margibi
The standard bearer for the Coalition for Democratic Change, Sen. George Weah, has separated himself from statements made by his running mate Jewel Howard Taylor that their government would pursue the agenda of jailed former Liberian President Charles G. Taylor if elected.
The local leadership of the Coalition for Democratic Change in Margibi’s second district has suggested that it will not support the party’s pick for the representative position, amid dissatisfaction over how the candidate was selected.
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.