The Alternative National Congress has conducted its primary for aspirants wanting to contest on the party’s ticket in the October elections in Bong.
The Liberty Party candidate for representative of Margibi’s second district, Henric Marcus Speare, has donated L$700,000 (US$6,195) to the African Methodist Episcopal Zion University as initial payment of L$1,000,000 (US$8,850) he promised in funds to upgrade the university’s computer laboratory.
Officials of the All Liberian Party Nimba Chapter of businessman-turned-politician Benoni Urey have expressed disappointment in the county’s leadership, following a decision to name Amos Suah as its candidate for representative of Nimba’s first district.
The secretary-general of the Movement for Democracy and Reconstruction has indicated that the letter of resignation submitted to the party’s office by one of its founding members, Rep. Samuel Korgar of Nimba’ fifth district, will be rejected.
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.
The Ganta-Yekepa Road has become the subject of a spar between two politicians arguing over the reason why ArcelorMittal has no longer committed to constructing the road.
Prince Y. Johnson, standard bearer of the Movement for Democracy and Reconciliation, says he prefers a coalition with Unity Party’s Joseph N. Boakai over Benoni Urey of the All Liberian Party.
Mohammed Ali, Unity Party’s assistant national secretary general for press, publicity, and outreach has trashed FrontPage Africa’s ongoing coverage of the alleged rape of a 13-year-old girl involving Grand Gedeh Representative Morais T. Waylee.