Ellen Johnson Sirleaf touts legacy as she prepares to step down - africanews

africanewsEllen Johnson Sirleaf touts legacy as she prepares to step downafricanewsHavard-trained economist Ellen Johnson Sirleaf was the first democratically elected woman president in Africa when she won the Liberian elections in 2005, and the second to win a Nobel Peace Prize. ADVERTISING. inRead invented by Teads.and more »

Liberia After Ellen Johnson Sirleaf - AllAfrica.com

Liberia After Ellen Johnson SirleafAllAfrica.comAfter two terms in office, Liberia's president will step down in 2018. The race to succeed her is gaining momentum. Ellen Johnson Sirleaf is the first African woman to be elected president in a free and democratic poll. In 2005 she took on the ...and more »

Liberia Elections - Who Will Succeed President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf? - AllAfrica.com

Liberia Elections - Who Will Succeed President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf?AllAfrica.comLiberia is heading to the polls on October 10 with twenty candidates on the ballot paper. The list includes a fashion model, a football icon, a warlord and a host of businessmen and career politicians. Liberia has been through tumultuous times in ...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 »

All Presidential Candidates Refuse to Divulge Medical Records - Front Page Africa

All Presidential Candidates Refuse to Divulge Medical RecordsFront Page AfricaMonrovia - Of the top five candidates for Tuesday's presidential poll not one has responded to a request by FrontPage Africa to release his medical records. Report by Bettie K. Johnson Mbayo, bettie.mbayo@frontpageafricaonline.com. The requests were ...and more »

President Sirleaf Urges Liberians Not to Lose Track of Safety Measures - Front Page Africa

President Sirleaf Urges Liberians Not to Lose Track of Safety MeasuresFront Page AfricaMonrovia - President Sirleaf has urged Liberians not to lose track of all safety measures in the conduct of their lives. She called on Liberians to observer the right safety measures at all times and celebrate the construction of the building ...and more »

United States Concerned Over Charles Taylor's Involvement in Liberia's Presidential Election - Global News Network

Global News NetworkUnited States Concerned Over Charles Taylor's Involvement in Liberia's Presidential ElectionGlobal News NetworkIn an article on BBC NEWS titled Is Ex-warlord Charles Taylor pulling Liberia's election strings from prison? Reporter Charlotte Attwood explores the unlikely coalition between former footballer George Weah, a candidate in Liberia's presidential ...and more »

Human Rights Lawyer Pledges Support to Boakai's Candidacy - Front Page Africa

Front Page AfricaHuman Rights Lawyer Pledges Support to Boakai's CandidacyFront Page AfricaMonrovia – As Liberians across the country prepare to go into the third post conflict Presidential and Legislative Elections on October 10, 2017 support for various presidential and Legislative candidates has been pouring in from various social and ...and more »