The results after a presidential run-off vote in Liberia are expected in a few days
Boakai is a known quantity, while Weah is the people's champion, even if his lack of experience is an obstacle.
Voters in Liberia head to the polls for the second round of the presidential vote
Ex-football star, George Weah of the Congress For Democratic Change (CDC) will face current vice-president, Joseph Boakai of the ruling Unity Party (UP) in a race to succeed Ellen Johnson Sirleaf.
Former footballer George Weah and Vice President Joseph Boakai are well ahead in Liberia’s presidential poll, according to partial results.
Early results show the former FIFA World Footballer of the Year has taken a lead in the presidential ballot.
One of Liberia's main parties complains of fraud in Tuesday's presidential election, for which preliminary results are due any time.
Many queued before dawn on Tuesday to elect a successor to President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf and a new parliament.
The Nobel prizewinner has steered the West African nation from civil war to economic recovery during her 12-year presidency.
The NEC Director of Communications Henry Boyd Flomo told Africanews that every one will have access to the results and by Wednesday, they will announce the provisional results.
Liberians are optimistic about their first power transfer for 73 years.
The first governor Thomas Buchanan was succeeded by the first black governor Joseph Jenkins Roberts who was elected as the first black president upon independence in 1847.
A former notorious Liberian warlord "General Butt Naked," who repented of his atrocities and became a preacher seeks for funding for his project.
Liberia’s Ministry of Defence has dispatched coast guard personnel to investigate an unknown tanker that was washed ashore in the coastal city of
George Weah, the only African footballer to win FIFA’s World Player of the Year award, will make a second bid to become president of Liberia, he told
The World Health Organisation has declared that Liberia is free of Ebola. It means the latest outbreak of the deadly disease is effectively over. The
Ebola has once more reared its head in Liberia, where three new cases have emerged a matter of months after the country was declared free of the
The Liberian government is on a drive to register more than 70,000 children born at the height of the Ebola epidemic. 70,000 Liberian births
New cases of Ebola have been detected in Liberia, nearly two months after the West African country was declared free of the virus. The authorities
Liberia has been declared Ebola free by the World Health Organisation (WHO) after 42 days with no new cases. The West African nation was one of the
Two experimental Ebola vaccines “appear to be safe” part way through a clinical trial being conducted in Liberia, the U.S. National Institutes of
Liberia has discharged its last confirmed Ebola patient from medical treatment in a key landmark in the country’s battle against the deadly virus
It is finally back to school for many students in Liberia after seven months of no classes
The US military mission in Liberia, aimed at halting the spread of the Ebola virus, ended on Wednesday. The exit from the West African nation comes
A six-month anti-Ebola clampdown has finally been lifted and the Liberian border with Sierra Leone re-opened. The inhabitants came out of quarantine
Liberia has reopened its land border with Sierra Leone after several months of closure. The move is a sign things are returning to normal following