LIBERIA: To Win Nimba’s Heart Boakai Queue to Pick Harrison Karnwea as Running Mate?

The fate of many Liberians for the 2017 elections is said to be clutching the ears of anxious Liberian electorates as to who’s in and who’s out during the election playing field which many say will be a very competitive scene to see, already dozens of prominent names of individuals are said to be puzzling out for those who believed the win is theirs.

A nationwide search for those seeking running mates has continue to swell within many of the political arenas with the names of prominent individuals propping up as the prospective candidates for the job.

According to a survey conducted by this news outlet, several standard bearers of political parties have begun lobbying for individuals who they can use as spring bold for their ascendancy for the presidency; this to say such individual will go as running mate to the standard bearer of that particular presidential candidate.

Our survey has however revealed that Vice President Joseph N. Boakai is seriously searching for a prominent son of Nimba County to be his running mate in the upcoming elections, and for this quest, our source further revealed that the Managing Director of the Forestry Development Authority (FDA), Harrison Karnwea may be a preferred choice for Vice President Boakai as his running mate.

According to our survey, the objective of this selection on the part of the Liberian Vice President who is geared towards winning hearts of the people of Nimba County, who are always behind their kinsmen like Prince Johnson and the others.

Others who spoke to this news outlet said the name being picked if the information is true will do the ‘VP’ a better deal for his quest for the presidency, noting, “The name Harrison Karnwea is a household name for the people of the County, and they also believes in his vision.

Effort to get a note from the office of the Vice President and Mr. Karwean proved unsuccessful. Investigation continues.

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