- Liberians are voting to elect their next President in Tuesday's general elections.
- President Mahama is leading Heads of ECOWAS Observer mission into this years' elections
Former President John Dramani Mahama has called for a meeting between all Heads of ECOWAS Observer Mission ahead of Liberia's crucial election.
The ex-Ghanaian leader who is leading the ECOWAS Observer Mission to Liberia is to see to it that the general elections of the country becomes successful.
Mr Mahama who left Ghana on Thursday is currently in Liberia observing various proceedings and preparations ahead of Tuesday’s elections.
Millions of Liberians will vote on Tuesday to elect their next President and parliamentarians in a 3rd democratic elections since the end of the civil war in 2003.
President Johnson Ellen Sirleaf who has ended her two-year term is stepping down to pave way for the country’s new President.
Former Liberian footballer, George Oppong Weah whose name has come up strongly will battling on the ballot with about 19 other presidential candidates in this year’s elections.
This is not the first time ex-President Mahama is leading ECOWAS Mission.
In few months ago, John Dramani Mahama led Observer Missions into the Kenyan elections which saw incumbent Uhuru Kenyatta the winner over his closest contender Raila Odinga .
However, Kenya’s Supreme Court has since overruled the results of the polls calling for fresh elections after Raila Odinga raised some serious concerns over the credibility of the elections.
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