Monrovia, Liberia – Prior to the general and legislative elections on October 10, 2023, Sara Beysolow Nyanti, the African Liberation League standard bearer, chose Simeon Mulbah as her running mate. Following the conclusion of the National Elections Commission’s exercise in candidate registration, the ALL political leader made the announcement on Thursday, July 13, 2023.
Mrs. Nyanti claimed that the choice was made following several discussions with supporters and members of the executive committee from all around the nation in closed-door sessions that lasted for several hours.
The Political Leader of the African Liberation League stressed the urgent need for new leadership and mindsets, political stability, infrastructural development, economic growth, youth empowerment, women empowerment, and quality healthcare, among other things. She stated that until people in the nation modify their voting habits, the issues facing the populace won’t be resolved.
Simeon Mulbah, a native of Lofa County, was reportedly going to assist the ALL political leader in releasing the Liberians. She claimed that several windows remained unlocked, which the African Liberation League administration could take advantage of if they were elected.
When elected president in this year’s presidential and legislative elections, opposition African Liberation League standard-bearer Sara Beysolow Nyanti promised to assiduously restore decent administration and transform Liberia. Upon taking office as president of Liberia in January 2024, according to Madam Nyanti, Liberians will immediately notice changes to their way of life and political structure.
Simeon Mulbah, a native of Lofa County, stated that he will work with Sara Beysolow Nyanti to advance the interests of the Liberian people. As presidential and vice-presidential candidates for the October 10, 2023, General and Presidential Elections, we registered with the National Elections Commission (NEC) today.
”The road to this event wasn’t easy, but we made it. I’ve never been a part of a political party in Liberia, and the African Liberation League is the first one I’m a member of. This clearly shows that the CHANGE is finally here, and together we can strengthen our governance structure and make our nation better.”
Reported by: Joseph N. Kerkula