Minutes following President George Weah’s highly anticipated speech on the state of the economy, the chairpersons of three collaborating opposition political parties have described the speech as “poorly written.”
Lofa’s Sen. Stephen Zargo says Liberia is at a critical juncture in its democratic sojourn as the country moves toward the October 10, 2017 legislative and presidential elections.
Monrovia Mayor Clara Doe Mvogo has warned political parties to desist from posting campaign flyers on public buildings or facilities in the region.
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.
The national chairman of the opposition Liberty Party Fonati Koffa has threatened a lawsuit against the government of Liberia for allegedly disrupting its national convention in Voinjama. County authorities say it is simply a case of double booking.
Lofa Senator Stephen Zargo, the chairman of the Senate committee on defense, intelligence and veterans affairs, says it will cost the Liberian government US$104 million to fully revamp the national army and police force.