President George Weah has appointed Maxwell Saah Kemayah, the deputy foreign affairs minister, as Liberia’s ambassador and permanent representative to the United Nations with accreditation to Cuba.
With just a week to the presidential runoff election, both the former Central Bank Governor Mills Jones and the lone female presidential candidate Macdella Cooper have endorsed the candidacy of George Weah.
In response to the resignation of leaders of its Margibi chapter, the Movement for Economic Empowerment has accused the former county chairman, James Tarnue, of forging the signature of some leaders who allegedly signed the resignation letter.
Four major presidential candidates have met at a national forum to defend their individual platforms to lead the country.
The Margibi chapter of the opposition Movement for Economic Empowerment has seen 13 of its leaders resign, leaving a leadership vacuum for the party in the county.
Monrovia Mayor Clara Doe Mvogo has warned political parties to desist from posting campaign flyers on public buildings or facilities in the region.
This Open Letter is written to you on behalf of The Liberia Heals Initiative, to inform you of its intention to host a much needed “Palaver Hut Discussion” with the presence of all presidential candidates registered with the National Elections Commission in anticipation of the upcoming October 10, 2017 elections.
The National Elections Commission has warned four political parties for engaging in campaigning ahead of the period set aside for campaigning for the upcoming October 2017 general and presidential elections.