In previous articles, The Bush Chicken has explored recommendations for improving future elections made by elections observer missions, including the Elections Coordinating Committee, which had the highest number of local observers.
With two days until the runoff election and all Supreme Court cases now resolved, the major question on the mind of voters is how prepared the country is for the December 26 election.
Since Sen. Prince Johnson pledged his support to George Weah for the Nov. 7 runoff election, there have been mixed reactions among prominent Nimba citizens.
Only 78 percent of polling places in Nimba have reported the results of the election, but a clearer picture on the legislative races is emerging.
The Movement for Democracy and Reconstruction is calling on citizens of Nimba to pledge their support for its standard bearer, Prince Y. Johnson, in light of Vice President Joseph Boakai selecting a running mate from a different county.
As mixed views continue to rage among citizens of Nimba over the selection of House Speaker J. Emmanuel Nuquay of Margibi by Vice President Joseph Nyuma Boakai to serve as his running mate, Sen. Prince Y. Johnson has said it is a “payback” to Nimbaians who he said had “badmouthed” their own leaders.
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.
After several months of an apparent misunderstanding between citizens of the electoral district 1 in Nimba and Rep. Jeremiah K. Koung over a statement suggesting that his friends have changed, the lawmaker has finally cleared the air.