Liberia: Ruling Party Chairman Vents Frustrations

Speaking at a welcome ceremony organized by some members of the ruling Unity Party Chairman Varney G. Sherman seemed frustrated at his party for not coming to his defence during the Danish journalist saga.
  • Liberia:  Varney Sherman Vents Frustrations

    The New Dawn, 9 October 2012

    Unity Party National Chair Cllr. Varney G. Sherman seems to be frustrated by the way things are unfolding in the UP-led government and has begun to voice his concerns. read more »

The launch of the Unity Party campaign during the 2011 elections.

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    The New Republic Liberia, 19 September 2012

    The gravely questionable and pot-holes -riddled report emanating from an investigation sanctioned by President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf regarding an alleged diplomatic scandal ... read more »

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    The New Republic Liberia, 13 September 2012

    Governance as most one-track-minded-people perceived it to exclusively mean supremacy, domination, power, authority and control can not, and has not been able to stand and survive ... read more »

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    New Democrat, 10 September 2012

    Reports that the chairman of the Unity Party Cllr. Varney Sherman is not true and that the relations between he the president Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has improved than ever before, ... read more »

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    The Analyst, 7 September 2012

    A tight fog of integrity question recently hung over public bureaucracy, particularly two topnotch Liberian public servants--ruling Unity Party Chairman Varney Sherman and former ... read more »

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    The Informer, 31 August 2012

    The issue of the Unity Party led Government passing a bill authorizing the funding of political parties in Liberia has been a subject of debate for sometime now. The passage of a ... read more »