Officials of the Unity Party have accused President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf of not supporting the party's candidate in the just ended presidential polls.
Liberia's Outgoing Ruling Party Expels President Sirleaf
FrontPageAfrica, 14 January 2018
President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has been ousted from the party that brought and sustained her in power for the past 12 years. Read more »
UP Expels Pres. Sirleaf
Observer, 15 January 2018
The UP is revoking the membership of its Standard Bearer Emeritus, President Sirleaf, on claims that she supported the opposition candidate, George Weah of the Coalition for… Read more »
Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf
A mammoth crowd gathered in Monrovia over the weekend to grace the launch of the ruling Unity Party's campaign, despite some media reports that the new standard bearer, Vice ... Read more »
The former chairman of the ruling Unity Party, Varney Sherman, has said that he's confident that Vice President Joseph Boakai can win the upcoming elections whether or not he gets ... Read more »
Vice President Joseph Boakai, who is now the ruling Unity Party's Standard Bearer, has said that the party is not at war and called on partisans to treat President Ellen Johnson ... Read more »
A faction of the Unity Party has reportedly called on the party's National Executive Committee to remove Chairman Wilmont Paye. Read more »
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