After the Supreme Court ruled on December 7 to allow the National Elections Commission to proceed with a runoff election, Nimba’s Sen. Prince Johnson has weighed in, saying that the decision was expected, given the country’s lack of funds to proceed with a re-run.
Amid speculations that Sen. Prince Johnson may choose to endorse the Coalition for Democratic Change in the second round of the presidential elections, Nimba’s other senator, Thomas Grupee, has said such endorsement is “not possible.”
Over the weekend, the current Nimba superintendent, D. Dorr Cooper announced that he would soon officially endorse the presidential candidate of the opposition Coalition for Democratic Change, George Weah.
The incumbent lawmaker of Nimba’s first electoral district, Rep. Jeremiah Kpan Koung, has sent out a clear signal to opposition candidates running for the district’s seat with a rally that was attended by a large crowd.
President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf’s recent comments to the United Nations General Assembly on Liberia needing ‘generational change’ has been interpreted by the public in several different ways, forcing her to provide clarification on what she meant.
President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf’s recent meeting with 19 election magistrates of the National Elections Commission at her home continues to receive criticism.
The local pollster, Liberia Holding Consortium has released its fourth report on the perception of voters for the pending October 10 elections.
Nimba’s Sen. Prince Johnson and former rebel leader of the defunct Independent National Patriotic Front of Liberia has stated that he has no regrets over his role in the 14-year civil crisis.