Liberty Party Standard Bearer Clllr. Charles Brumskine has concluded his campaign in style and is confidence of winning tomorrow’s presidential election. Cllr. Brumskine and his Vice Standard Bearer Harrison Kanweah have combed the entire country preaching the message of peace and national development. They said the time for Boakai was out, and stated that he should leave the political scene alone with his boss, President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf.
The man who is considered as ‘Talk and Do,’ in the Liberian politics, Alexander B. Cummings of the Alternative National Congress (ANC), has promised to provide improve equality healthcare system, better education system as well as working to widen nation’s economy so as to better the living condition of Liberians.
-Aggrieved NRI Workers Threatened To Block Polling The peaceful conduct of tomorrow’s Representatives and Presidential elections is said to be seriously threatened in Nimba County, where aggrieved employees of the Nimba Rubber Incorporated (NRI), are demanding their just benefits before the elections.
Thousands of residents in Fiamah, Sinkor including over 500 children attending the Top International School in the community are currently threatened by offensive order from the huge stockpile of abandon garbage from the abandon Fiamah waste collection site.
On October 10, 2017, Liberians will exercise their Constitutional right in voting for a new set of leaders that will lead the country in its democratic development. As voters gear to vote, the Elections Coordinating Committee (ECC) congratulates all political parties, independent candidates and all Liberians for generally conducting political campaigns in a civil and peaceful manner.
Cousins Solomon Zeon and Peace Kumeh are taking full advantage of the American dream. The two Darby Borough entrepreneurs were just toddlers when they emigrated with their families from Liberia in the late 1990s, and just barely into their ‘20s they’ve started to establish themselves as musicians, fashion designers and even budding filmmakers.
“I say to you my mothers, my fathers, my friends and partisans, change is inevitable. We must not be afraid of change, because Liberia cannot be worst with a Weah’s leadership, Liberia can only be better with a Weah’s leadership. I love you and I love this country”, George Weah, the Standard Bearer of the Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC), said when he visited the Nancy B. Doe Market.
If elected, the Liberty Party of Cllr. Charles Brumskine says to address the anticipated financing gap, a Liberty Party government will increase its total contribution to the education sector starting from US$86.2 million in the 2017/2018 budget to US$92.65 million in the 2018/19 budget.
The Supreme Court of Liberia has set Tuesday October 3, as date for argument in the Global Witness bribery case. The argument is a result of an appeal taken by lawyers representing defendant Varney Sherman after a ruling by Justice in Chambers Philip A.Z. Banks. It can be recalled that Justice Philip A. Z. Banks overturned former Criminal Court ‘C’ Judge Yamie Quiqui Gbeisay’s judgment that rejected marking permanent, the alleged Global Witness emails and spreadsheets as evidence in the ongoing Sable Mining bribery case.
Alternative National Congress of Liberia candidate to October 2017 presidential elections Alexander Cummings poses on January 28, 2017. A football superstar, a former warlord and a soft drinks millionaire have thrown their hats into the ring for the post of Liberian president as Africa’s first elected female leader prepares to step down. ZOOM DOSSO/AFP/Getty Images