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Ellen  Johnson-Sirleaf (The Iron Lady)
Liberia

Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf (The Iron Lady)

Date of Birth: 29/10/1938
Place of Birth: Monrovia


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Taylor tries to sway vote

A scramble to replace Africa's first elected female president, Nobel Prize winner Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf, at elections in October has led to strange alliances and the intervention of Charles Taylor, from the prison in Britain where he is serving a 50-year sentence for crimes against humanity (see Feature, Taylor calls politicians from prison)...


Taylor calls politicians from prison

He claims that he is there because he was betrayed by President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf, the outgoing head of state...

Globally-respected President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf is stepping down this year after serving two terms of office...


New order tackles old debts

Three days earlier, Akufo-Addo will host at his inauguration a clutch of African leaders, including Nigeria's Muhammadu Buhari, Côte d'Ivoire's Alassane Dramane Ouattara, Liberia's Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf and Ethiopia's Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn, who is on an extended trip to Ghana...


Jammeh feels the heat

The delegation – Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf, Muhammadu Buhari, Ernest Bai Koroma and John Dramani Mahama – met last Saturday to give wider feedback to their colleagues in Abuja...


Gambia at the cliff-edge

He avoided Liberian President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf, head of Ecowas, by ordering air traffic control to deny her aeroplane permission to land...


Ellen's followers

As President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf approaches the end of her final term, scandal and defections hang over her Unity Party, which twice carried her into the country's top job...


Sable bribery repercussions

President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf has launched a Presidential Task Force to investigate the claims and called on British Prime Minister David Cameron to help (AC Vol 57 No 10, Sable's rich seam of bribes)...


Death on the beach

A fundraiser for the Association for Constitutional Democracy in Liberia and an economic advisor to Charles Gyude Bryant's transitional government of 2003-05, after the civil war, Greaves had a longstanding association with President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf...


The Nocal diet

President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf appointed her son Robert Sirleaf as Nocal Chairman but he resigned after coming under heavy political attack, in spite of the absence of evidence of wrongdoing (AC Vol 53 No 8, Keeping it in the family, Vol 54 No 19, Eclipse of the son & Vol 53 No 23, What price the Unity Party)...


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