Liberia Gears Up for Most Unpredictable Elections Yet

On October 10, Liberians will go to the polls in what is shaping up to be the country's most hotly-contested and unpredictable elections yet, write Robtel Neajai Pailey & David Harris for African Arguments.



Liberian presidential candidates: (L-R) Joseph Boakai, George Weah, Charles Brumskine, Benoni Urey, Mills Jones, Alexander Cummings

Clockwise from top left: Dr. J. Mills Jones, Simeon Freeman, MacDella Cooper, Jeremiah Whapoe Whapoe, MacDonald Wento and Sen. Oscar Cooper.

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