Ecowas' lead poll observer enjoins Liberians to hold peaceful elections - Journalducameroun.com - English - (press release)

Ecowas' lead poll observer enjoins Liberians to hold peaceful electionsJournalducameroun.com - English - (press release)Ghana's immediate-past President John Dramani Mahama, heading a 71-member Ecowas election observation mission to Liberia, has enjoined Liberians to ensure the December 10 poll pass off peacefully.Ecowas released a statement on Friday quoting Mr ...and more »

Former President Mahama advises Liberians to respect electoral laws - Ghana Business News

Ghana Business NewsFormer President Mahama advises Liberians to respect electoral lawsGhana Business NewsFormer President John Dramani Mahama on Thursday advised Liberians to respect all the electoral laws and conduct themselves well as they go to the polls on Tuesday, October 10, this year. “What we all need to understand is that, there is only one ...and more »

US Concern About October 10 Elections, Embassy Issues Statement - Global News Network

Global News NetworkUS Concern About October 10 Elections, Embassy Issues StatementGlobal News Network(Monrovia, October 6, 2017) — On October 10, Liberians will vote for a new President and for Members of the House of Representatives. The ballot begins a historic process toward the first peaceful transfer of power in Liberia from one democratically ...and more »

Liberia's visually-impaired set to vote for first time - Anadolu Agency

Anadolu AgencyLiberia's visually-impaired set to vote for first timeAnadolu AgencyVisually-impaired Liberians will for the first time get a chance to vote in the upcoming general election on Tuesday, but a lack of training on how to use special ballot devices may still leave many out. Emmanuel Koyo, a 30-year-old visually-impaired ...and more »