The political leader of the opposition political party, the National Alternative Congress (ANC), Mr. Alexander Benedict Cummings affectionately call ‘ABC’ has vowed to bring changes in his Government when elected President of Liberia and introduce those vices that would speedily bring dignity to Africa’s oldest republic.

CDC's Political Leader Weah On State Failure - Blames Liberia's Woes On Leaders Lacking Passion
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“Since 1847, Liberia has never had a shortage of well-schooled, educated, and knowledgeable men and women to lead this country. The problem has been the lack leaders with passion for development and progress.” Those were words of CDC Political Leader George Weah when he spoke in Ganta, Nimba County, at ceremonies marking 10th Anniversary of the Party. Senator Weah maintains that the lack of leaders interested in development and the welfare of the people accounts for why Liberia remains one of the poorest countries in the world despite the immerse resources the country is endowed with.

"It does not matter where you come from, but where you are going"

His Excellency Joseph Nyuma Boakai, Sr. is a public-spirited patriot and dedicated public servant who has served his country and people diligently. His service to the nation, which spanned more than 35 years, included various positions in government, private sector, agro-related, church and civil society. In all of those responsibilities, Vice President Boakai exhibited exemplary qualities, which is reminiscent of his humble beginnings. Born in the remote village of Worsonga in Foya District, Lofa County, on November 30, 1944, Vice President Boakai has withstood the test of time and epitomized the Liberian adage which states: “It does not matter where you are coming from, but where you are headed.” He is a radiant of hope for his home town and a model citizen.