Angolan Vote Count Flouted the Rules

[Maka] Members of Angola’s National Electoral Commission (CNE) have described how the legal procedures for collecting and tabulating the results of Wednesday’s election were flouted by officials who reported favorable results to the MPLA, with no indic…

[Maka] Members of Angola's National Electoral Commission (CNE) have described how the legal procedures for collecting and tabulating the results of Wednesday's election were flouted by officials who reported favorable results to the MPLA, with no indication of how these results were calculated.

source: AllAfrica News: Angola

NEC Begins Final Printing of Ballot Papers for October Elections

[Observer] The Daily Observer has reliably learned that the final printing of ballot papers for the October 10 presidential and legislative elections is expected to begin today, Monday, August 28, since the verification of the layout of the ballot pape…

[Observer] The Daily Observer has reliably learned that the final printing of ballot papers for the October 10 presidential and legislative elections is expected to begin today, Monday, August 28, since the verification of the layout of the ballot papers ended on Saturday, August 26. Twenty (20) political parties are participating in the presidential elections.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Naymote Releases Survey Report On President, Police, Utilities

[Observer] The Naymote Partners for Democratic Development has announced the results of its third survey on citizens’ assessment of the performance of the Liberia Electricity Corporation (LEC), the Liberian Water and Sewer Corporation (LWSC), the Liber…

[Observer] The Naymote Partners for Democratic Development has announced the results of its third survey on citizens' assessment of the performance of the Liberia Electricity Corporation (LEC), the Liberian Water and Sewer Corporation (LWSC), the Liberian National Police (LNP) and the post Ellen Johnson Sirleaf administration.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Crocodile Kills 25-Year-Old Woman

[Malawi News Agency] Machinga -A 25 year old woman on Friday was killed by a crocodile along Shire River in Liwonde in Machinga as she was drawing water for household chores.

[Malawi News Agency] Machinga -A 25 year old woman on Friday was killed by a crocodile along Shire River in Liwonde in Machinga as she was drawing water for household chores.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Observers Reserve Judgement On Vote Counting Irregularities

[Maka] International observers to the 2017 elections in Angola have issued positive assessments of the electoral campaign and voting process, but their statements do not mention the vote counting process, which opposition parties have pointed out was c…

[Maka] International observers to the 2017 elections in Angola have issued positive assessments of the electoral campaign and voting process, but their statements do not mention the vote counting process, which opposition parties have pointed out was conducted in a way that flouted the electoral law.

source: AllAfrica News: Angola

Rep. Younquoi Calls for Accountability in Nimba Social Development Fund

[Observer] “As far as I know, Arcelor Mittal does not owe us any money, but money given the county has been used to purchase vehicles for county officials instead of using it for projects… “

[Observer] "As far as I know, Arcelor Mittal does not owe us any money, but money given the county has been used to purchase vehicles for county officials instead of using it for projects... "

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

PUP Says Ellen Is Shunning Boakai

[Observer] The People’s Unification Party (PUP), the brain-child of Unity Party vice standard bearer Emmanuel Nuquay, has denied that President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf supports Vice President Boakai’s bid for the presidency. At the recent launch of the M…

[Observer] The People's Unification Party (PUP), the brain-child of Unity Party vice standard bearer Emmanuel Nuquay, has denied that President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf supports Vice President Boakai's bid for the presidency. At the recent launch of the Movement to Support Boakai and Nuquay (Mosbon), PUP national chairman Isobe Gborkorkollie said partisans have printed 100,000 T-shirts in support of the VP's bid to replace President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf who, although the Vice President has served well for the last 12 y

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

BYC Announces Awards Dinner for October

[Observer] To recognize the outstanding performances of some of their players and to motivate them ahead of the new season, LFA former champions Barrack Young Controllers have announced the hosting of an awards dinner in October.

[Observer] To recognize the outstanding performances of some of their players and to motivate them ahead of the new season, LFA former champions Barrack Young Controllers have announced the hosting of an awards dinner in October.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

AME Church Donates U.S.$3,000 to Sierra Leone Mudslide Victims

[Observer] The Eliza Turner African Methodist Episcopal Church on Camp Johnson Road, over the weekend donated the amount of US$3,000 to the Sierra Leone Embassy in Monrovia for survivors of the recent environmental catastrophe in Freetown that left abo…

[Observer] The Eliza Turner African Methodist Episcopal Church on Camp Johnson Road, over the weekend donated the amount of US$3,000 to the Sierra Leone Embassy in Monrovia for survivors of the recent environmental catastrophe in Freetown that left about 500 residents dead.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Mark Paye Joins Liscr FC

[Observer] Double champions LISCR FC have completed the signing of former Barrack Young Controllers’ striker Mark Paye on a three-year deal for an undisclosed fee.

[Observer] Double champions LISCR FC have completed the signing of former Barrack Young Controllers' striker Mark Paye on a three-year deal for an undisclosed fee.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia