Kojee: CDC will not be used as ‘attacking dog’

The Chairman of the Youth League of the opposition Congress for Democratic Change (CDC), Mr. Jefferson Kojee, says the party will not be used as  what he called an ‘attacking dog’ for other politicians to take state power.


Lawmakers split over bill to increase registration fees for aspirants

MONROVIA - The Chamber of the House of Representatives was a scene of heated debate Tuesday, April 8, 2014, following the reading of a report from the Joint Committees on Elections and Inauguration and Judiciary on a bill seeking to increase the registration fees of President, Vice President, Senatorial and Representative Aspirants in forthcoming elections.


Foreign Service Institute students hold debate

MONROVIA - The Gabriel L. Dennis Foreign Service Institute at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Wednesday, April 2, 2014 held a student’s leadership debate ahead of its 2014 elections.


Top politicians from Bong warned

Ahead of the much publicized 2014 Special Senatorial Election, several citizens of  Bong County have urged their fellow compatriots, particularly top politicians from the county  to desist from politicking that is intended to cause confusion amongst the citizenry in the county.


Female joins Grand Gedeh Senatorial race - Vows to protect women & children issues

Ahead of the holding of a special senatorial mid-term election throughout the country, women of Liberia are not taking the process as a joke, despite challenges and intimidation from some of their male counterparts.



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