Liberia seems to be overwhelmed on report that 27 Liberians have vowed at all cost to be voted for successfully as the possible replacemet of President Ellen Johson Sirleaf come 2017.
Already political tension is gradually creeping into every sector of the Liberian society, with the brutal killings of innocent children around the country for ritualistic purposes, allegedly by those seeking for state power.
The playing field of the Liberian political ground for the 2017 general and presidential elections is swelling each day that passes by, as a result of Liberians who feel that they can capture the Country's presidency be it rain or shine.
Report coming from rural Liberia speaks ucountable number of presidetial cadidates rooming their towns, villages making another rounds of empity promises of what they hope to do when elected to their respective positions in 2017.
Our team of pollsters in rural Liberua have revealed that many of these would-be presidential candidates who are making noise of their interest to rule Liberia presence are not felt; with only just few who they think could be some possible replacement of Africa's first female president, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf.
According to our pollsters assigned in rural Liberia, several of these presidential cadidates have become to be troubled, worrying about their hope of their bid for the presidency, stressing that names that are popularly heard amongst voters in those areas assigned around the country speak little of the majority of those would be presidential candidates.
"Liberians eyes have opened, as compare to yesteryears where people were moved of empty promises.Many of them who spoke to us denounced the growing number of political parties, and presidential candidates with majority saying that they will not vote if these political parties and their candidates refuse to come together," one of our polllsters speaking from rural Liberia noted.
According to our pollsters, names that are popularly heard in rural Liberia as some of the leadig players for the 2017 general ad presidential elections include: George Weah, Charles Brumskine, Joseph Boakai, and Mills Jones, while the rest of the guys names are still been studied by electorates.