Rep. Snowe (L) remains confident to out-do his challenger Rep. Karmo (R), who questions Snowe’s eligibility to run for Representative in Senjeh District

Montserrado County District #6 Representative Edwin M. Snowe, who has now set his sights on the Bomi County District #1 seat in the House, has received a favorable ruling in the case filed by Bomi District #1 incumbent, Rep. S. Gayah Karmo.  The ruling was handed down today at the NEC Magistrate office in Bomi County.

Karmo recently filed a complaint questioning Snowe’s eligibility to run for the Bomi legislative seat in the upcoming elections in October, while a sitting representative of a district in a different county (Montserrado).

Snowe ows property in the hotly contested district, Senjeh, where he is cultivating an oil palm farm.

Meanwhile, Karmo has filed a motion rejecting the Bomi County NEC Magistrate’s ruling.  The case may go to the Supreme Court.

Details to follow.

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David S. Menjor is a Liberian journalist whose work, mainly in the print media has given so much meaning to the world of balanced and credible mass communication. David is married and interestingly he is also knowledgeable in the area of education since he has received some primary teacher training from the Kakata Rural Teacher Training Institute (KRTTI). David, after leaving Radio Five, a broadcast media outlet, in 2016, he took on the challenge to venture into the print media affairs with the Dailly Observer Newspaper. Since then he has created his own enviable space. He is a student at the University of Liberia.

5 COMMENTS

  1. What kind of Election Magistrate is Washington Farmah who will hear a case snd then go to to headquarters to receive judgement from his bosses in the capital?

  2. Yes you can blame the so called election magestrate but you must take into reality the fact that even juges proper and or Francis Korkpor the Chief Justice and his colleagues on the Supreme Court’s Bench conduct themselves in similar manner by taking dictations from Ellen Johnson Sirleaf. A common evidence is the GW Case in which Philip Banks is apparently telling Judge Gbeisay what to believe. And Judge Gbeisay’s refusal to be dictated to have led to Francis Korkpor ejecting Judge Gbeisay from the case. Today Liberia is been run under what is worst than dictatorship.

  3. Well, this is exactly what a nation gets when power is given to the elite or a member of the elite.

    Had the Liberian people not been fooled into believing that degree from Harvard or working with the UN is what is required to make one a good leader, our country would not be in the mess we find ourselves with Ellen Johnson Sirleaf and Joseph Boakai.

    In fact isn’t this same Gayah Karmo and his colleague Edwin Snowe amongst the gang of lawmakers furtively trying to impose their elite Joseph Boakai on the majority?????? Ellen and her stooges at the NEC are simply endorsing Snowe. Go on endorsing Boakai yah.

  4. Describe this POLITICAL KPEETEE as Mano Eleven vs Straight Arrows, but one thing most of you and even the Edwin Snowe may not be taking into account is that Sam Gayah Karmo is known to BEAT GIANTS! Ask TY or anyone who knew Karmo when he was on St. Johns!

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