W. Tubman
Barnes
Brumskine
Sherman
Jones
Zoe
Kieh
Korto
Harris
Dahn
   
Weah
Woah-Tee
Tipoteh
Zoedua
S. Tubmann
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Devine
Sirleaf
   
 
 

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Harry Moniba - 68 year old Harry Moniba died on Wednesday, November 24, 2004, at 8:30 PM at the Toledo Hospital, as a result of a tragic automobile accident on US Highway 127, in Lenawee County, Michigan.

Preparation for 2005 Elections (Tiawon Gongloe)

Presidential Candidates Details...

Varney Sherman Tours the US

Dr. Samuel Ngaima Runs For Lofa County Senatorial Post

Partisans Petition Thompson for the Race
- Ellen Gets tough Challenge

Weah considers political career

Elections Commission needs US$ 12 million for 2005 polls

Presidents of Liberia

 

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"To correct the errors of the past, we must critically review the events of the past with honesty and objectivity, and make a new commitment to collectively seek lasting solutions based on those tenets we consider just and fair for us and also for our future generations." -Gus E. Majors-

Who Will Be President "Liberia 2005"?

The Liberian Presidential Candidates, their credentials, history, plans and visions for Liberia.......

As 2004 passes and 2005 nears, Liberians are beginning to talk and think elections, and the number of politicians making their intentions known are rising. Some of those who have made their intentions known to run in the general presidential elections scheduled for October 2005, includes:

  1. Nat Barnes

  2. Charles Brumskine

  3. Marcus Dahn

  4. Samuel Raymond Devine

  5. T.Q. Harris

  6. Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf

  7. Marcus Roland Jones

  8. George Klay Kieh

  9. Joseph D. Zeakedoe Korto

  10. Varney Sherman

  11. Togba-Nah Tipoteh

  12. Scott Gblorzuo Toweh

  13. Winston A. Tubman

  14. George "Opong" Weah - George Weah

  15. Dr. Joseph Mamadee Woah-Tee

  16. Reverend Hananiah Zoe

  17. Dr. Edwin Zoedua

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