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Winston Tubman’s Endorsement of Alexander Cummings Is A Proud One

By P Nimely-Sie Tuon On August 31, 2017, many Liberians, on social media, at home and around the world, were fixated on the news that Clr. Winston A Tubman, two times presidential candidate, a national statesman and career diplomat, has endorsed Alexander Cummings, the candidate who is the embodiment of all the attributes of the kind of leader Liberia has yearned for so long. You can say all that you want to say about Winston Tubman, his endorsement of Alexander Cummings is consistent with many of his long held principles…

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Op-ed 

Coca-Cola Company Chief Administrative Officer Alexander B. Cummings To Retire

ATLANTA [Newswire]The Coca-Cola Company today announced that Executive Vice President and Chief Administrative Officer Alexander B. Cummings will retire March 31, 2016 after more than 18 years of distinguished service to the Company. This Smart News Release features multimedia. View the full release here: http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20151207006207/en/ A highly respected leader within the Coca-Cola system, Cummings joined The Coca-Cola Company in July 1997 as Deputy Region Manager for Nigeria and quickly advanced to become President of Coca-Cola’s Africa Group in 2001. A native of Liberia, West Africa, Cummings led a period of…

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Politics 

Alex Cummings’ seasonal presidential candidacy (like others) is a concern

By Tewroh-Wehtoe Sungbeh During the 2005 and 2011 presidential campaign seasons and the national elections that followed, rumors circulated in Liberia about the citizenship of the presidential candidates, and whether they are naturalized citizens of other countries other than Liberia. Madame Ellen Johnson Sirleaf won both presidential elections, and Mr. George Manneh ‘Oppong’ Weah now (Senator Weah), who came second to Madame Sirleaf were both rumored to be naturalized citizens of the United States and France. Interestingly, Sirleaf and Weah, the most recognized political personalities of our time in the…

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