Liberia : Meet The Multi-millionaire Who Wants To Be President Of Liberia replacing Ellen Johnson Sirleaf

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Meet The Multi-millionaire Who Wants To Be President Of Liberia


On the 10th of October, Liberians will go to the polls to vote for their next president. Incumbent Ellen Johnson Sirleaf shall step down having reached the constitutional two-term limit.

Benoni Urey is one of the leading contenders. He recently accepted the Presidential nomination of the All-Liberian Party to contest at the ballot box; Urey has not held elected office before, but believes his business background will appeal to many voters across the political spectrum ...


https://www.forbes.com/sites/mfonob...ants-to-be-president-of-liberia/#77e923826f8b

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Dr. Benoni Urey





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The land of freed American slaves returned to Africa, where did it go wrong :facepalm:


The Tearing Down of Ellen Johnson Sirleaf
The ghosts of Liberia’s civil war are stalking the country ahead of this week's election — and threatening the complicated legacy of the Nobel Peace Prize-winning president
BY PRUE CLARKE, MAE AZANGO

... Liberia seems to be racing backward instead of forward, and for that Sirleaf bears some of the blame, her critics say. In an interview with Foreign Policy in her modest office in Monrovia, the 78-year-old president seemed to share some of those critics’ disappointment in her tenure. “I underestimated the low level of capacity. I also underestimated the cultural roots of corruption,” she said. As a result, she admits that Liberia is not where she hoped it would be when she took office in 2006 ...

http://foreignpolicy.com/2017/10/09/the-tearing-down-of-ellen-johnson-sirleaf-liberia-elections/

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