ECC Opposes Weah’s Pick at NEC

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Elections Coordinating Committee (ECC) Chairman, Oscar Bloh, addressing the press in Monrovia

The appointment of Cllr. A. Ndubusi Nwabudike is drawing more condemnations from every facet of the Liberian society with questions over loyalty, neutrality, and nationality being some core issues that are at the center of the debates.

Joining the barrage of criticisms now against President George Weah’s choice at the National Elections Commission is the Elections Coordinating Committee, (ECC), which says it strongly opposes the nomination of the former Nigerian as the new Chairperson of the National Elections Commission (NEC).

He will replace Cllr. Jerome Korkoyah, another controversial figure in the 2017 general and presidential elections, who, along with other commissioners, tenures just expired.

The ECC), a civil society platform comprising 30 organizations that observes all aspects of the electoral process in Liberia, calls on the President to withdraw the nomination.

The elections monitoring body also urged the Liberian Senate not to confirm the NEC nominee if the President refuses to adhere to the withdrawal of the nomination.

President Weah recently nominated Cllr. A. Ndubusi Nwabudike as NEC Chairman and Madam Davidetta Browne Lansanah, Co-Chairman; Cllr. Ernestine Morgan-Awar, Floyd Sayor, Barsee Kpankpa, and Josephine Kou Gaye as Commissioners respectively.

Though Cllr. Nwabudike by law is eligible for the office as he is a Liberian by paper, ECC Chairperson, Oscar Bloh told a press conference in Monrovia on Tuesday that “Not everything that is legal is expedient.”

“If he is successful in serving as the Chairperson for NEC, he could sit as Chief Justice of the Supreme Court Bench because there is no law that would prohibit it,” Bloh noted.

The ECC boss is also opposing strongly the appointment of Floyd Saryon as a member of the NEC Board of Commissioners and called for his rejection by the Senate.
It can be recorded that Mr. Saryon played a controversial role in the 2017 elections and the recently conducted by-election in District 15, Montserrado County, that led the NEC to order a re-run at several polling precincts.

The appointment of the new batch of Commissioners at the NEC, Mr. Bloh said, lacks broad-based consultation with Political Parties and civil society organizations. “While it is true that the President has the Constitutional power to appoint Commissioners of the elections management body, those on the Commission should reflect the country’s political diversity and interests,” said Bloh.

“Elections can make and break emerging democracies like ours and sometimes they contribute to violent conflicts. Our peace is fragile and we must protect our growing democracy by making the right decisions, particularly when it comes to the nomination and appointment of individuals to manage and supervise the conduct of elections in the country,” he added.

Many Liberians have become concerned that within a year, Cllr. Nwabudike has been appointed to two other important government institutions; the Governance Commission (GC) and the Liberian Anti-Corruption Commission (LACC), and now the NEC.

Bloh expressed shocked and could not fathom why the nominee enjoys so much favor from President Weah as he has been appointed three times in a year.

These previous appointments, according to the ECC head, are a clear demonstration that Cllr. Nwabudike has very close ties with the President—which would cast a dark cloud over neutrality if he were confirmed to head a critical body as the NEC.

“The frequent preferment in sensitive positions also raises questions about his neutrality and independence to serve as the chair of the agency responsible to manage elections in Liberia,” he said, “The election management body cannot be seen as representing the interest of any particular political party.”

Bloh said elections are about people and the public needs to have trust in the election management body, which is a fundamental requirement for the peaceful outcomes of election processes. He warned that Liberians should not forget that the rigged elections of 1985 by Samuel Doe planted the seed for the 1989 civil conflict.

The ECC Chairperson added that the nominee is firstly a Nigerian citizen and this questions his loyalty to Liberia and therefore is not a suitable candidate to lead and manage a sensitive state institution like the NEC.

“As a naturalized citizen, it is not morally prudent for him to preside over a Commission that manages elections that determine who our President and other political leaders will become,” he said.

Cllr. Nwabudike has also come under intense scrutiny amid allegations linking him to alleged conflict of interest and breach of fiduciary duty—a situation which many believe led an unsuccessful confirmation at the Senate twice.
He faces criticisms for knowingly violating the Constitution by acting in the position of Chairman of Governance Commission for more than 90 days.

Newly appointed chairman of the National Elections Commission, Cllr. A. Ndubusi Nwabudike

The appointment of Cllr. A. Ndubusi Nwabudike is drawing more condemnations from nearly every facet of the Liberian society with questions of character loyalty, neutrality, and nationality being some core issues that are at the center of the debates.

Joining the barrage of criticisms now against President George Weah’s choice of nominees to the National Elections Commission is the Elections Coordinating Committee, (ECC), which says it strongly opposes the nomination of the former Nigerian as the new Chairperson of the National Elections Commission (NEC).
He will replace Cllr. Jerome Korkoyah, another controversial figure in the 2017 general and presidential elections, whose tenure, along with other commissioners, have just expired.

The ECC), a civil society platform comprising 30 organizations that observes all aspects of the electoral process in Liberia, calls on the President to withdraw the nomination.

The elections monitoring body also urged the Liberian Senate not to confirm the NEC nominee if the President refuses to adhere to the withdrawal of the nomination.

President Weah recently nominated Cllr. A. Ndubusi Nwabudike as NEC Chairman and Madam Davidetta Browne Lansanah, Co-Chairman; Cllr. Ernestine Morgan-Awar, Floyd Sayor, Barsee Kpankpa, and Josephine Kou Gaye as Commissioners respectively.

Though Cllr. Nwabudike by law is eligible for the office as he is a naturalized Liberian, ECC Chairperson, Oscar Bloh told a press conference in Monrovia on Tuesday that “Not everything that is legal is expedient. If he is successful in serving as the Chairperson for NEC, he could sit as Chief Justice of the Supreme Court Bench because there is no law that would prohibit it,” Bloh noted.

The ECC boss is also opposing strongly the appointment of Floyd Sayor as a member of the NEC Board of Commissioners and called for his rejection by the Senate. It can be recalled that Mr. Sayor played a controversial role in the 2017 elections and the recently conducted by-election in District 15, Montserrado County, that led the NEC to order a re-run at several polling precincts because of suspected fraudulent activities by Sayor.

The appointment of the new batch of Commissioners at the NEC, Mr. Bloh said, lacks broad-based consultation with Political Parties and civil society organizations. “While it is true that the President has the Constitutional power to appoint Commissioners of the elections management body, those on the Commission should reflect the country’s political diversity and interests,” said Bloh.

“Elections can make and break emerging democracies like ours and sometimes they contribute to violent conflicts. Our peace is fragile and we must protect our growing democracy by making the right decisions, particularly when it comes to the nomination and appointment of individuals to manage and supervise the conduct of elections in the country,” he added.

Many Liberians have become concerned that within a year, Cllr. Nwabudike has been appointed to two other important government institutions; the Governance Commission (GC) and the Liberian Anti-Corruption Commission (LACC), and now the NEC.

Bloh expressed shock and could not fathom why the nominee enjoys so much favor from President Weah as he has been appointed three times to three different posts in a single year but without having ever been confirmed to any of the posts by the Liberian Senate.

These previous appointments, according to the ECC head, are a clear demonstration that Cllr. Nwabudike has very close ties with the President—which would cast a dark cloud over neutrality were he to be confirmed to head a key national integrity institution as the NEC.

“The frequent preferment to serve in sensitive positions also raises questions about his neutrality and independence to serve as the chair of the agency responsible to manage elections in Liberia,” he said, “The election management body cannot be seen as representing the interests of any particular political party”.

Bloh said elections are about people and the public needs to have trust in the elections management body, which is a fundamental requirement for the peaceful outcomes of election processes. He warned that Liberians should not forget that the rigged elections of 1985 by President Samuel Doe planted the seeds of the 1989 civil conflict.

The ECC Chairperson added that the nominee is firstly a Nigerian citizen and this questions his loyalty to Liberia and therefore is not a suitable candidate to lead and manage a sensitive state institution like the NEC.
“As a naturalized citizen, it is not morally prudent for him to preside over a Commission that manages elections that determine who our President and other political leaders will become,” he said.

Cllr. Nwabudike has also come under intense scrutiny amid allegations linking him to alleged conflict of interest and breach of fiduciary duty—a situation which many believe led an unsuccessful confirmation at the Senate twice.

He faces criticisms for knowingly violating the Constitution by acting in the position of Chairman of Governance Commission for more than 90 days without having been confirmed by the Senate.

Additionally, the allegations of corruption and misappropriation in the public sector remain rife against him. One of those has to do with a case involving a Nigerian vessel in which he served as a legal counsel and an associate to a party. The details of the admiralty case are somehow filled with controversies. It began in 2004 when the vessel M/V Pots Express was chartered and brought to Liberia by one Israel Egware, a Nigerian who was the crew leader.

Cllr. Nwabudike, who is a naturalized Liberian, says there’s no way anybody can raise any legal issue against his nationality. “I believe that my appointment is consistent with the law – my loyalty is not in doubt. I think I should be judged by the quality of service I’ve delivered for my country and not based upon perception,” he said in an exclusive interview with the Daily Observer Monday.

Continuing, Cllr. Nwabudike says his Nigerian lineage should be seen as an asset and not obfuscated with his qualification and commitment to serve his country, adding that he brings to bear his wealth of knowledge and expertise in the interest of the country.

He urged Liberians to be more concerned about the “qualification and integrity” of appointed public officials and not to stereotype individuals because of their ethnic background.
According to Cllr. Nwabudike his father, the late Chief P.N. Nwabudike of Delta State Nigeria, came to Liberia in 1946. He naturalized as a Liberian and worked as a policy consultant – consulting for Firestone and later for President William V. S. Tubman. He went back to Nigeria immediately after the independence of Nigeria in 1960 but returned to Liberia briefly during the Nigerian Civil war also known as the Biafra war of 1967-1970. But sources (names withheld) in the Nigerian diaspora community have dismissed such claims by Nwabudike.

The ECC which has challenged his nomination, has an eight-member steering committee with representatives from Actions for Genuine Democratic Alternatives (AGENDA); Center for Democratic Governance (CDG); Center for Media Studies and Peace Building (CEMESP); Institute for Research and Democratic Development (IREDD);

Others include the National Youth Movement for Transparent Elections – Partners for Democratic Development (NAYMOTE-PADD); West Africa Network for Peace Building (WANEP), Inter-Religious Council of Liberia (IRC) and the Women’s NGO Secretariat of Liberia (WONGOSOL). CDG serves as the chair of ECC. The work of ECC is supported by the NDI and OSIWA.

19 COMMENTS

  1. Weah’s goal is glaring and crystal as a daylight. He wants to perpetuate himself in power through a rigged electioneering syndicate in the 2023 elections. He thinks he can get away with placing a purveyor of malfeasance and misfeasance at the helm of the elections commission. He knows very well that this guy who is a risky choice is pliantly venal at doing whatever he wants him to do. He is not only a naturalized Liberia with Nigerian descent but he is an incorrigible scoundrel whose natural instinct defies probity of all measures. He and Weah must be prevented from supervising the up-coming elections in which he is going to be a competitor.

    Unfortunately, Weah is a functional illiterate who has no shame of benefiting form a rigged election. His level of corruption and filthiness surpasses that of Samuel Kenyon Doe, Charles Taylor as well as his master rouge in chief—Ellen Johnson Sirleaf who literally awarded him the presidency through patronage. He has had intimacy with Davidetta Browne Lansanah, an educated fool, who has traded her body with an illiterate for a job. Shame on Davidetta! She has shamed Liberian womanhood. Curse on her living ashes as she faces condemnation from hell.

    Liberians must rise up to demand Weah’s resignation, else he is gradually building the sediments of another civil disobedience that will lead to his eventual downfall and the destruction of the country. The likes of Tweah and McGill are all urging him to deploy this shenanigan so as to maintain power for their own benefits. His days are becoming numbered. He is not a student of history; he lives in a utopian space of life. Illiteracy is a disease and Weah embodies such a disease of no real cure.

    • President Weah, as Ambassador, and his Mighty CDC SINGLEHANDEDLY won two elections (BUT WAS CHEATED) before winning the third via a landslide victory, beating old and ugly and corrupt Boakai in a runner up winning 14 of the 15 political subdivisions of the country!

      He has the voting or electoral support of a grassroot coalition constituting the largest political following in Liberian History and Literature!

      CDC’S misfortune, or denial of justice, had always been that they have been cheated in elections. Hence they do not need anyone to cheat on their behalf.

      In Liberia’s political history, President Weah’s 2017 victory can only be matched to Charles Taylor’s and his NPP’S July 1997 75% victory. And you know it!

      This country’s NATIONAL HERO draws support from all groups in society, and with a composition of an electorate identical to the composition of the general public and the nation in toto as their Standard Bearer.

      And this makes President George Forky Klon Jlaleh Gbah Ku GbehTarpeh Manneh Weah POST MODERN DAY WILLIAM VS TUBMAN! The major difference been that while William VS Tubman was liked by relatively all of the people of Liberia under a one party system, George Weah is liked by relatively all of the people of Liberia under a multi party democratic system!

      • The readings and the analyses of cipher data of the Liberian electorate map by partisans of CDC can sometimes really amuse me.
        Some of you will get heart attack in the next elections. And mind you, if you come out in the streets to cause troubles as you did in 2005 and 2011, you will feel the heat of the same security apparatuses protecting you today.
        Wait and see!

    • ”Jackson Neal”, you have no respect for your wife and your mother, and of course, your rude, satanic, uncivilized, posture, and insults at another woman are clear indications that you insult your mother, your wife, and your sister for common.

      Now we ask you, when your mother was given a job at the very NEC, did she trade her body for that job or the car which was given her? For your information, Madam Davidetta Browne, a pride of Liberia, got her job at the NEC long before Ambassador Weah became President of Liberia.

  2. As a matter of expediency, the appointment of Cllr Nwabudike to this politically sensitive position ought to be rejected by the Senate. In all fairness, I really have no evidence of any wrongdoing in this gentleman’s past that would render him unfit for this post. However, because of the likelihood of manipulation that can come as a result of Presidential patronage, I am concerned about the appointee’s multiple promotions in rapid successions within a short period of time. I am suspicious that this may have been done deliberately and nefariously to pad up this gentleman’s resume in a conspiracy to put in this slot.

    There is something fishy going on here and it stinks to the highest heavens! Certainly, there must be other capable individuals who have worked their way up within the organization and who no doubt have the requisite experience to take over and run the National Elections Commission.

    Erring on the side of caution and quickly squashing the nomination is really best way to bring this entire travesty to a screeching halt.

  3. Thank God we still have some patriotic Liberians like Mr. BLOH.
    Sir, make your voice heard to CDC and its incompetent and mediocre partisans and dodgy supporters.

    I signaled a warning sign after the president’s State of the Union address this year. There were so many underlying dangers that people who cannot read between the lines could not see. This is just step 1. There will be steps 2 and 3.

    To all Liberians, please analyze the number of people that voted our cynically popular and lovely president Weah. They represent just 15% of Liberians, yet the CDC accused Ellen of stealing the 2005 and 2011 elections without genuine proofs.

    Weah has nothing, absolutely nothing to offer the Liberian people. He doesn’t even know how a company is run before we talk about a state. He is turning around on himself and can do nothing to improve the lives of even his own partisans.

    He thinks those foreign vampires flocking around him can perform magic by transforming Liberia overnight. No, Mr. President. They are wolves in sheep clothing.
    Not all Liberians have turned their backs on Liberia. We love our country and would love to develop it like other countries. Don’t sell it cheaply. We don’t want to be the next South Africa or Zimbabwe in the next 20 or 50 years.

    Mr. President, true son of the soil, you love to say this, and I quote, “once a Liberian, always a Liberian.” Yes, let’s all uphold this philosophy.
    Some of our people in the diaspora took other nationalities out of the pursuit of financial gains, social status and privileges. Many of them are qualified to help Liberia. Bring some of them back home through real FIXES. Liberia has qualified human capital lingering in the diaspora.

    We know our history. Let’s keep some positions of sovereignty for Liberians, please! One who can make a president can also become a president or the chief justice. What has this guy given you or done for you so much that you desperately want to repay?
    Can a naturalized Liberian in Ghana or Nigeria ever vie for an appointed seat or positions of sovereignty? Just imagine the eyes that would peep at such person. If not for international organizations or multinational companies, to run a private company, if not yours, is almost unimaginable. You may not know what we are saying because you were a football star but some of us have lived through it.

    Please, find one of our sisters or brothers and make her or him the chairman of the NEC. Stop pricking the Liberian people!

  4. The Nwabudike issue has potential of exacerbating toxic polarization, therefore ECC should have it say. However, nothing in our constitution indicates that nominations of NEC commissioners must be preceded by “broad-based consultations with political parties and civil society organizations”. Actually, the only thing “broad-based” is that nominees are appointed with the advice and consent of a Senate comprised of two from each county – “We the people” factor.

    • Mr.Moses, IN A WINNER TAKES ALL WORLD, AMID HE OBVIOUS SCARCITY AND DIVERSITY, when it comes to THE STRUGGLE FOR POWER, the potential for the ”exacerbation of toxic polarization”, or its ”potential”, IS EVERPRESENT! So, governments the world over, CARE LESS about such obviousness.

      Nwabudike is a bona fide Liberian citizen! Naturalized citizen or natural born citizen, they are all Liberian citizens! There is no where in Liberia’s statutory or constitutional law which prohibits naturalized citizens from heading the NEC.

  5. By his own admissions, Cllr. “Ndubusi Nwabudike” was “born in Nigeria.” This therefore makes him a natural born citizen of Nigeria and he will always remain a Nigerian in line with his Country’s Constitution and Dual Citizenship laws. While it is true that Cllr. Ndubusi Nwabudike may have recently naturalized as a Liberian, this does not negate the fact that he remains a bonafide Nigerian under that country’s Dual Citizenship laws.

    The Nigerian Constitution states in no uncertain terms that “every person born in Nigeria before or after the date of independence(1960) either of whose parents or any of whose grand-parents belong to an indigenous community or is a citizen of Nigeria, are classified as citizens of Nigeria by Birth, as is every person born outside Nigeria either of whose parents is a citizen of Nigeria.”

    Given the above, it is therefore clear that Dual Citizenship is allowed for persons who have a Nigerian parent, that is, citizens by descent, according to Section 25 of the 1999 Nigerian Constitution. Dual citizenship is also allowed for persons who were born in Nigeria after October, 1. 1960, and have either a Nigerian parent or grandparent.

    I therefore strongly advice that to safeguard Liberia’s national security, political, and economic interests, Clrr. Ndubusi Nwabudike’s nomination by President Weah should be out-rightly rejected by the Liberian Senate on grounds that he is more a Nigerian than a Liberian and that we, as Liberians, should not allow a Nigerian head our Election Commissions when there are so many capable and qualified natural born Liberians that can do the job. Vox Populi, Vox Dei.

    • T.Max Beer, YOUR ARGUMENT based on Nigerian Law, and descent IS WEAK AND POOR. What matters here is not Nigerian Law, but indeed, Liberian Law.

      According to your illogical premise, Liberians like Alhaji Kromah, Kwame Clement, Cyril Allen, Kofi Woods, Kwame Weeks, Frank Awode, Lamini Warity, etc. etc. ‘when nominated, must be rejected, because according to you, the dual citizenship law and their Ghanaian, Nigerian, and Guinean or Sierra Leonean, descent or ancestry, automatically disqualifies them.

      SOMEONE like you would be very confused should such issue be MULTI NATIONALITY OR MULTI CITIZENSHIP.. Again, what matters is Liberian Law, PERIOD.

  6. This nominee must be withdrawn by the president. The reason Liberia went through 16 years of civil wars was due in part to the flawed election in the 1980’s when Harmon announced President Doe as winner of the presidential election which showed that Mr. Jackson F. Doe won. The president must select men and women for the NEC in consultation with the CPP. The President could ask the CPP to submit names for both Chairman and commissioners and they could compromise on those names. If this nominee was nominated at LACC but was never confirmed by the Liberian Senate, but he still went ahead to serve in that position, then he has a credibility problem. This nominee goal is to steal the election for President Weah in 2023 because CDC said that Ellen stole the 2011 election and they will steal 2023 election. We don’t want conflict in Liberia. Please appoint men and women who will rise over political parties and make the right and true decision in the interest of Liberia which will be back by voters’ data. The Liberian Supreme Court is so corrupt that we cannot trust them to make sound and reasonable decision for Liberia’s Presidential Election in 2023.

  7. Nasumo

    You could’ve effectively and convincingly argued that the nomination has potential for exacerbating tensions in a polarized street-protest and vigilante-prone political space, but instead used the frivolous false narrative ACDL fanned to justify the civil war. For, truth be told, was the 1985 Presidential election cause of conflict, the supposedly winner, LAP’s standard bearer Jackson F. Doe, wouldn’t have been murdered by NPFL rebels on the alleged orders of masterminds of the December 1989 invasion (read ACDL founder Tom Worweyu’s “Open Letter…”

    Moreover, perhaps, you forgot that before the 1985 election, this newspaper published a statement by General Qwinwonkpa (then under orders of masterminds of various attempts at violent regime change) field commander of NPFL 1 that he was coming to free Liberians from a PRC regime he helped to install in power after a bloody coup. Or, probably you never figured out that our country is in the Guinness Book of World Record for the most rigged election (1927) under President King and a de facto One Party State – to boot – for over two decades just didn’t morph into Athens and chose war to protect a tradition of democracy.

    Unarguably, elections have consequences especially in poor countries. They decide those who control natural resources, collect revenues, distribute national wealth, and command the institutions of state coercion: Criminal Justice System, Courts, and the Army. This is why a NEC Chairman in our postwar fractious and fragile country should be beyond reproach. I oppose the Counsellor Nabudike nomination because of its potential to give ammunition to saboteurs of GMW’s PPAD.

  8. Mr. Kandajaba Zoebohn Zoedjallah, you missed the point. There is no way you can compare those you mentioned above (my friend Cyril Allen and schoolmate at Cuttington, Alihaji Kromah a friend of mine, who attended Saint Patricks and the University of Liberia, and our famous former ELBC radio broadcaster, Mr. Kwame Clement, the Waritays and others with Cllr. Nwabudike.

    Unlike Cllr. Nwabudike, these Liberians are all Natural Born citizens of Liberia who grew up in our society, went to school with us, speak like us, and are part of our Liberian culture. They are Not “Naturalized” citizens as you and Cllr. Nwabudike would have us believe.

    I only alluded to the Nigerian Constitution because that Country’s Constitution gives Cllr. Nwabudike his right to citizenship as a Natural Born Nigerian. In other words, he was born in Nigeria and will always be a Nigerian, first, and a Liberian, second{Paper Citizen}. If you doubt this, schedule a football game between Liberia and Nigeria and watch Cllr. Nwabudike to see who he will cheer for.

    • T.Max Beer, your belief that the son or daughter of Liberian parents (whether of naturalized Liberian parents or natural born Liberian parents), once born in another country is not a natural born Liberian amid our acceptance of dual citizenship, is absolutely ridiculous! Nwabudike is simply a returnee Liberian.

      This is the case now with many Liberians in the USA, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, etc. etc who fathers came from these countries and became naturalized Liberians.

      So when the war broke out or they went to these countries on their own, they were accepted as returnees and given back their respective citizenship of those countries.

      Charles DB King was a naturalized Liberian from Sierra Leone, who later became the 16th President of Liberia, and after that, Liberia’s Ambassador and Permanent Representative to the United Nations!

  9. Was Kwame Clement’s late father not a naturalized Liberian? He was! Was Cyril Allen’s late father not a naturalized Liberian? He was! Was Frank Awode’s father not a naturalized Liberian? etc. The basis of mentioning Alhaji and the others is due to the crux or bone of your argument…DESCENT! SO GET THAT!

    The fact that this or that person and you attended the same school, etc., does not mean anything! Former Police Director Charles Ananaba and myself attended the same high school on Camp Johnson Road. His father was of course a naturalized Liberian. Cllr. Nwabudike and many others in that very legislature were seat and classmates!

  10. My people,

    Stop comparing people and cases that should not be compared; the analogy becomes weak!
    All the people mentioned above were born, grew up and schooled in Liberia. They can occupy any positions in Liberia as bona fide citizens.

    As for the case of Cllr. Nwabudike, he was born in Nigeria, came to Liberia and naturalized as a Liberian. So, he should not take up positions of sovereignty, my people, we beg you! But if his children are born in Liberia, sure, they can take up any posts in Liberia.

    Cllr. Nwabudike pledges allegiance to the flag and people of Nigeria, not Liberia. He only took our nationality to do business, simple!
    Councilor, limit it to business, please, we beg you yaaaaaaaaaaaaaaah!

    We don’t want anyone that will set the country ablaze and then fly away. When such person fully cognizant that he has relatives, families and interests in Liberia, such person would be as objective and fair as possible to ensure the true results from any elections hold. But if the guy is a businessman, a businessman remains a businessman. He would do business with our elections and then take his proceeds away to Nigeria.

    Leave this Councilor alone and in peace to do his business peacefully in Liberia, please!

  11. Petarus Dolo, thanks for the clarification. I hope our compatriot Kandajaba Zebohn Zoedjallah sees the clarity in your second and third paragraphs.

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