LHP, UP Branches Collaborate for a Boakai Win

[Observer] The proposed Liberia Heritage Party (LHP) and several auxiliary groups have agreed to collaborate for the success of Vice President Joseph Boakai’s presidential bid. The group made the commitment recently following a two-hour meeting held in…

[Observer] The proposed Liberia Heritage Party (LHP) and several auxiliary groups have agreed to collaborate for the success of Vice President Joseph Boakai's presidential bid. The group made the commitment recently following a two-hour meeting held in Dekoiti village on the outskirts of Buchanan, Grand Bassa County.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Bad Road Hampers Revenue Collection At Loguatuo

[Observer] The collection of revenue at the Loguatuo port of entry in Nimba County is being hampered due to the deplorable condition of a stretch of road that connects Karnplay with Loguatuo near the Liberian/Ivorian border. Three days of heavy rains h…

[Observer] The collection of revenue at the Loguatuo port of entry in Nimba County is being hampered due to the deplorable condition of a stretch of road that connects Karnplay with Loguatuo near the Liberian/Ivorian border. Three days of heavy rains have affected the road network so much so that travelers from the commercial hub of Ganta to the southeast via Saclepea (central Nimba) are now spending sleepless nights along the road as their vehicles are often stuck in the mud.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Is Liberia’s Sirleaf Really Standing Up for Women?

[Observer] In a public statement in August, Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf – Africa’s first woman elected head of state – vowed to campaign actively for female candidates running in presidential and legislative elections in October. While her…

[Observer] In a public statement in August, Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf - Africa's first woman elected head of state - vowed to campaign actively for female candidates running in presidential and legislative elections in October. While her pronouncement may appear praiseworthy, it is too little, too late.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

From 3rd Division to Double 1st Division Titles in 2017

[Observer] It was not just a jubilant moment for the two LISCR FC players, Asiamuh Dahn and Edward Ledlum, after the team won the double first division titles, the Championship and the FA Cup, it was also a memorable moment that will go down in history…

[Observer] It was not just a jubilant moment for the two LISCR FC players, Asiamuh Dahn and Edward Ledlum, after the team won the double first division titles, the Championship and the FA Cup, it was also a memorable moment that will go down in history for the duo. Playing for their former respective clubs, Swakomo FC and Brewerville United in the third division, they were relatively unknown until their appearance in the National County Sports Meet.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Candidates, Beware – Crowds Can Be a Deceitful Political Factor

[Observer] One aspect of political activities that gives politicians hope and smiles during a campaign is the pull of huge crowds during campaigning. Pulling a large crowd often gives a politician the presumption of enormous popularity; however, it doe…

[Observer] One aspect of political activities that gives politicians hope and smiles during a campaign is the pull of huge crowds during campaigning. Pulling a large crowd often gives a politician the presumption of enormous popularity; however, it does not necessarily mean all who show up are committed and vote-carrying supporters. But politicians, on the contrary, often perceive that the bigger the crowds, the greater the presumption of 'victory already won.' But if, after the election, the crowd-pulling candidate

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

‘No Protest to Remove Kenya’s Supreme Court Judges for Disagreement’

[Observer] Chief Justice Francis Saye Korkpor last Saturday reminded Liberians that there were no protests from Kenyan Legislatures over the opinion (judgment) of that country’s Supreme Court that nullified the results of the country’s August 8 preside…

[Observer] Chief Justice Francis Saye Korkpor last Saturday reminded Liberians that there were no protests from Kenyan Legislatures over the opinion (judgment) of that country's Supreme Court that nullified the results of the country's August 8 presidential elections. The Kenyan Supreme Court's decision was based on irregularities, and the judges ordered a new vote within 60 days.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

NDI Delegation to Assess Liberia’s Pre-Election Environment

[Observer] Flashback: An earlier NDI mission visited Liberia in February 2017 to assess the country’s elections readiness, which included (from left) Senior Program Manager, (NDI, United States) Michael McNulty and Dr. Christopher Fomunyoh, Regional Di…

[Observer] Flashback: An earlier NDI mission visited Liberia in February 2017 to assess the country's elections readiness, which included (from left) Senior Program Manager, (NDI, United States) Michael McNulty and Dr. Christopher Fomunyoh, Regional Director, (NDI Cameroon). The two NDI officials are on the current mission as well. | Photo: Courtney Hess

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

FKF Rubbish Reports Over CHAN Uncertainty

[Capital FM] Nairobi -Football Kenya Federation (FKF) has refuted claims that Kenya might lose out on hosting the 2018 Africa Nations Championship (CHAN) due to the current political situation in the country.

[Capital FM] Nairobi -Football Kenya Federation (FKF) has refuted claims that Kenya might lose out on hosting the 2018 Africa Nations Championship (CHAN) due to the current political situation in the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

How Married People Can Avoid Affairs

[Capital FM] Almost everyone who gets married, marries out of love. But why do so many married people end up cheating? It is because they don’t set boundaries. There are nine types of people a married person needs to be aware of and keep boundaries to …

[Capital FM] Almost everyone who gets married, marries out of love. But why do so many married people end up cheating? It is because they don't set boundaries. There are nine types of people a married person needs to be aware of and keep boundaries to protect themselves from. Here is how to do it...

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya