'King Maker' Prince Johnson Endorses Weah for Liberia Presidency
The former warlord who is now a senator has urged his supporters and signatories to the Ganta Declaration, an agreement by opposition politicians, to join him in supporting soccer icon George Weah for the presidency.
FrontPageAfrica, 23 October 2017
Senator Prince Y. Johnson (MDR, NIMBA) Standard Bearer of the Movement for Democratic Reconstruction today endorsed the candidacy of football legend-turned Senator George Manneh… Read more »
Senator Prince Johnson on the campaign trail (file photo).
New Dawn, 26 October 2017
If no Liberian had ever thought that a dreaded rebel leader would transition from guerrilla warfare to politics and becomes a kingmaker or a determinant of who becomes Liberia's… Read more »
Liberia: Is Prince Johnson Still a Kingmaker?
Observer, 25 October 2017
With barely two weeks to the runoff presidential election, there are concerns from members of the public whether Nimba County Senator Prince Yormie Johnson still has what it takes… Read more »
New Republic, 25 October 2017
The Nimba County factor has once again come to the fore in the 2017 runoff elections between the Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC) of Ambassador George M. Weah and the Unity… Read more »
Liberia: Weah, Boakai Seek Nigerian God
New Dawn, 23 October 2017
Liberia's two leading candidates in the November 7, presidential run-off, Vice President Joseph Boakai and Senator George Weah have been busy on their telephones calling up… Read more »
FrontPageAfrica, 22 October 2017
The most influential political figure in vote-rich Nimba County, Senator Prince Y. Johnson appears to be collaborating with Senator George Weah and the Coalition for Democratic… Read more »
The former warlord has reacted angrily to critics who have accused him of abandoning ongoing collaboration talks with another presidential hopeful. Read more »
Senator Prince Johnson, who has declared his intention to run for the presidency, has agreed to join forces with another presidential hopeful, Benoni Urey, ahead of elections in ... Read more »