Liberian Presidential Election 2017 Results – Consolidated Provisional Results

Liberian Presidential Election 2017 Results – Consolidated Provisional Results

Liberian Presidential Election 2017 Results – Consolidated Provisional Results. liberian presidential election 2017 results – Consolidated Provisional Results. Former soccer star George Weah leads in early presidential election results. >>> CLICK HERE FOR RESULTS <<< Custom Search

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George Weah and Prince Y. Johnson Among Lowest Performing Lawmakers

George Weah and Prince Y. Johnson Among Lowest Performing Lawmakers

George Weah and Prince Y. Johnson Get Low Marks, Performing At Legislature. Two of Liberia’s popular politicians currently serving as members of the Liberian Senate have been slammed for poor showing at the Legislature in terms of participation in making contributions to legislative debates which is a statutory responsibility of senators, a situation that is likely to cast dark cloud over their abilities to steer the affairs of the state at the level of the presidency. Dummy Senators? Poor Showing Could Hinder Presidential Ambitions “On the contrary, there were five…

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Liberia’s VP Joseph Boakai Seeks to Succeed President Sirleaf in 2017 Presidential Elections

Liberia’s VP Joseph Boakai Seeks to Succeed President Sirleaf in 2017 Presidential Elections

Liberia’s Vice President Joseph Boakai said he’s running to succeed President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf in the 2017 presidential election. Vice President Boakai, who is nearly 71 years old, dismissed suggestions he’s too old and could be challenged by younger candidates from both the ruling Unity Party and the opposition. Boakai said age is not a handicap but rather a blessing. He said he has more experience than any of his possible challengers. “Wherever I have been in this country, people start saying at least 10 years of peace. Without peace…

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Cellcom Telecommunication: Free Internet Service for Liberians

Cellcom Telecommunication: Free Internet Service for Liberians

Facebook and Cellcom Telecommunication has announced a huge partnership deal to give Cellcom customers in Liberia free internet access. Since the launch of Internet.org two years ago, and Facebook’s début in Africa five months ago, the world’s biggest social network has been on a partnership spree within and outside the continent, keeping to its primary aim to bring internet access to everyone in the world, and to help grow African businesses by improving their connectivity. Facebook and Cellcom Telecommunication has announced a huge partnership deal to give Cellcom customers in…

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Will Vice President Joseph Nyumah Boakai Join 2017 Presidential Race?

Will Vice President Joseph Nyumah Boakai Join 2017 Presidential Race?

Will Liberia Vice President Joseph Nyumah Boakai Join 2017 Presidential Race? Reports that citizens in favor of Vice President Boakai are preparing to call on Vice President Joseph Nyumah Boakai to run for the presidency in 2017. The report is emerging as Vice President Boakai start a tour of Lofa this weekend, leading a high-power delegation, including members of the County Legislative Caucus, women group and youth groups and students to meet with elders and traditional leaders. The NewDawn has also gathered that an advance delegation leaves Monrovia today, Thursday,…

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Liberia Lower House Chambers Turns Into Boxing Ground

Liberia Lower House Chambers Turns Into Boxing Ground

Liberia Lower House Chambers Turns Into Boxing Ground Over The Removal Of House Speaker Alex Tyler. Another drama again in the Chambers when Speaker Alex Tyler read a document to effect reshuffles on all of its committees. Speaker Tyler’s attempt to read the listing beginning with chairpersons on the leadership committees prompted a serious uproar of noise from several of his colleagues who had been stiff in their resolve to have him recuse himself as presiding officer since he was undergoing an investigation at the Liberia Anti Corruption Commission (LACC)….

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Former Liberian Rebel Leader Alieu Kosiah Arrested in Switzerland

Former Liberian Rebel Leader Alieu Kosiah Arrested in Switzerland

Former Liberian Rebel Leader Alieu Kosiah of The United Liberation Movement of Liberia for Democracy, “ULIMO” Arrested in Switzerland. A former Liberian rebel leader Alieu Kosiah wanted for crimes committed during Liberia civil war 1989-1996 has been arrested in Switzerland, the Civitas Maxima organization reported Friday. In a press release received by Hirondelle News, the organization explained that Alieu Kosiah’s arrest was only announced Thursday, whereas he was detained on November 10. Alieu Kosiah is a former commander of the United Liberation Movement of Liberia for Democracy, ULIMO. He is…

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Liberian Authority Secure New Ebola Victims Burial Site

Liberian Authority Secure New Ebola Victims Burial Site

The Government of Liberia Secures New Site to Bury Ebola Victims, Venus is Located Behind the Disco Hill Community. The Government of Liberia has secured 50 acres of land as the new burial site for all Ebola related deaths. Twenty-five acres of the land have been landscaped and is ready for use. According to an Executive Mansion release, the 25 acres of land, situated behind the Disco Hill Community, was secured through the intervention of the Ministry of Internal Affairs in collaboration with the Council of Chiefs and Elders.

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Irish Humanitarian Donate Anti-Ebola Materials To Gaye Dukpaye Community

Irish Humanitarian Donate Anti-Ebola Materials To Gaye Dukpaye Community

Liberia Ebola Updates, Irish Humanitarian Donate Anti-Ebola Materials To the Gaye Dukpaye Community In Gardnerville outside Monrovia. An Irish humanitarian, Adrienne Blombery Sarwahpue, has donated a consignment of anti-Ebola items to the Gaye Dukpaye Community. Gaye Dukpaye Community, comprising over 1,400 inhabitants, is the oldest settlement in Gardnerville outside Monrovia. Materials Donated Include 60 Buckets 3 Bags of Chlorine 20 Cartons of Clorox 10 Sacks of Powder soap Sarwahpue said the items were intended to boost the work of the community Ebola task force and promised to provide training opportunities…

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Another Burglary At The Ebola Treatment Center in Nimba County

Another Burglary At The Ebola Treatment Center in Nimba County

Report of a Second Burglary at The Ebola Treatment Center in Nimba County in Less Than a Month. Report of another burglary at the Ebola Treatment Center in Nimba County. Food donated by the World Food Programme allegedly stolen. This is the second time in less than a month unknown individuals have burglarized the Ebola Treatment Center in Nimba County warehouse and toke away food kept there for Ebola patients. The Administrative Assistant to the Mayor of Sanniquellie, James F. Barkar, said the food, donated by the WFP, had been…

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Liberia Senatorial Elections Set For December 16 2014

Liberia Senatorial Elections Set For December 16 2014

National Elections commission Sets Senatorial Elections For December 16 2014 Monrovia Liberia: The National Elections commission of Liberia has set december 16, 2014 as the day for the senatorial election. A letter from the National Elections commission to both houses said it is seeking approval from the august body to go ahead for the said plan. Both chambers received and noted the communication and mandated their committees on Election and judiciary to review and advice on the matter next Tuesday. In the Communication, the National Elections commission said after holding…

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Liberia: Senators Request Ellen To Retire Health Minister

Liberia: Senators Request Ellen To Retire Health Minister

Latest Liberia News, A block of senators request President Sirleaf retire Health and Social Welfare Minister, Dr. Walter Gwenigale. A special block within the Liberian Senate comprising 15 Senators, yesterday voted to request President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf to recall her embattled Health and Social Welfare Minister, Dr. Walter Gwenigale, and honorably retire him, citing a health certificate which indicates that he is suffering from high blood pressure. However, Grand Kru and River Gee Senators Cletus Wortorson and Frederick Doe Cherue voted against the motion, while Grand Gedeh County Senator Isaac…

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“Bumping Elbows” Ambassador Power and President Sirleaf

“Bumping Elbows” Ambassador Power and President Sirleaf

Hands Shaking replace by Bumping Elbows in Liberia Bumping elbows replace shaking hands. U.S. Ambassador Samantha Power bumping elbows with the Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf during her visit in Monrovia, Liberia.

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Leymah Gbowee Foundation Donates To Help Fight Ebola

Leymah Gbowee Foundation Donates To Help Fight Ebola

Monrovia Liberia: Nobel Peace Laureate Leymah Gbowee Foundation Donates Fluids, Aqua Life Water, Lucozade and Beddings to ELWA’s Ebola Treatment Unit 2. Leymah Gbowee Peace Foundation donated several cartons of beverages and two bales of used beddings to the Ebola Treatment Unit 2 at ELWA Compound. The items included 2000 Bottles of Aqua Life Water, 124 Bottles of Lucozade and 1,300 Cartons of Fruit Juices. Items were presented on behalf of Mrs Leymah Gbowee by Cllr. Deweh Gray, a board chair of the Foundation. Cllr. Deweh Gray promised the ETU…

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