Football legend, George Weah and incumbent Vice President, Joseph Boakai will on Monday, November 6, know if the Liberian presidential election run-off will hold the next day.

Liberia’s Supreme Court will on Monday rule on application seeking a re-run of the Oct. 10 presidential election brought to it by presidential standard bearer of Liberty Party (LP), Charles Brumskine.

Spokesman of the Liberia National Elections Commission (NEC), Henry Flomo, said the run-off would be put on hold.

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He said the court ruling on Monday would determine the commission’s next line of action.

If Brumskine’s application is thrown out, Weah, will compete against incumbent Vice President Boakai, in the run off.

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