Liberians In High Gear For November 14 Runoff Election
Amid the presence of international observers and others from European Union (EU), African Union (AU), Economic Community Of West African States (ECOWAS) and observation team from the United States including international media organizations, to observe with eagle eyes Tuesday’s election, Liberians themselves are optimistic that said election will be peaceful.
Bothe partisans’ runoff presidential candidates, incumbent President George Manneh Weah of the Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC), and Ambassador Joseph Nyuma Boakai of the Unity Party (UP) are doing all to win the hearts of Liberians, mainly those of voting age to choose their candidate as the country’s next president.
Our reporters both in Monrovia and other counties who in their respective reports said Liberians are in high gear for next Tuesday election, noting tha both candidates are said to be making their final rounds of campaigns doing all to convince their respective supporters that he is the rightful individual to lead Liberia.
Early this week, an executive of the opposition UP, Gbarpolu County Senate-elect, Amara Konneh made a sterling disclosure that some Elections Commission Magistrates reportedly turned down financial indusement in cash from the ruling CDC aimed at making any decision regarding the results in its favor.
This allegation has not been denial or confirm by the CDC since its disclosure by the UP executive.