Liberia: The Scramble for Power: The Loved Tyrant vs the Hated Philosopher

Liberians will go to the polls in October to elect a new president and members of the House of Representative. Interestingly, there is an influx of political wannabe touring the urban cities and trekking the rural countryside making bids for power.

Liberia: The Scramble for Power: The Loved Tyrant vs the Hated Philosopher
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