Are Brumskine, Boakai, Cummings, and Urey actually agents of change in Liberia?
It is no surprise that Liberian voters are fascinated by the political newcomer, Alexander Cummings. Almost everything Cummings says makes sense. But should Liberians trust him for the job?
As debates continues over the implementation of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s final report, especially on the prosecution of warlords and war actors through the establishment of a war crimes court, the presidential candidate of the Alternative National Congress, Alexander B. Cummings, Jr., has said he would avoid setting up a war crimes court.
The Nimba Chapter of the Alternative National Congress has strongly condemned the September 20 violence between the Coalition for Democratic Change and the Liberty Party in Sanniquellie.
Joseph Nyumah Boakai, vice president and standard bearer of the ruling Unity Party, and Sen. George Weah of Montserrado, the standard bearer of the Coalition for Democratic Change, have both confirmed they will not attend the final presidential debate on September 26, 2017.
With little over a month to the October presidential and legislative elections, a local media group says the number of undecided voters in the country has sharply increased.
The first presidential debate to feature top candidates concluded with Alexander Cummings of the Alternative National Congress emerging as the clear winner.
Four major presidential candidates have met at a national forum to defend their individual platforms to lead the country.