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Prince Yormie Johnson


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Fraud claims fail to convince

Although former warlord Prince Yormie Johnson has given Weah a major boost with his endorsement, chiefs and other notables in his support base of Nimba have announced their support for Boakai, who polled well in the county on 10 October...


Weah sprints towards an open goal

Prince Yormie Johnson of the Movement for Democracy and Reconstruction has long indicated that he would throw his weight behind Boakai in the event of a run-off, but he got only 7% (down from 11...

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After Ellen

The move is probably meant to undercut support for Prince Yormie Johnson of the Movement for Reconstruction and Democracy, which has dominated Nimba politics for over a decade, and with whom Urey tentatively agreed to form a merger in April...


Mid-term blues

including convicted ex-President Charles Taylor’s former ally, Prince Yormie Johnson, in Nimba County...


Brinkmanship at the ballot

The third-place candidate (of 16), Senator Prince Yormie Johnson of the National Union for Democratic Progress (NUDP), took 11...


Ellen wants first-round win

Senator Prince Yormie Johnson of the National Union for Democratic Progress is trying to attract the Taylor-loyalist vote by suggesting Liberians should keep more food at home because ‘it would not be easy’ during and after the elections...


Strategic electoral alliances

Former warlord and current Senator Prince Yormie Johnson of the National Union for Democratic Progress, from Nimba County, named as his vice-presidential running mate James Laveli Supuwood, one of former leader Charles Ghankay Taylor’s defence lawyers at his war crimes trial at the Special Court for Sierra Leone in the Hague...


Johnson Sirleaf stands on her record

A less benign influence comes in the shape of Prince Yormie Johnson, the former warlord leader of the Independent National Patriotic Front of Liberia...


Critics, crooks and credibility

Taylor’s trial in the Hague contrasts strongly with the fate of other ex-warlords, such as Senator lPrince Yormie Johnson, whose excesses were well documented by the TRC...


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