“Disenchanted Unity Party Partisans” vow to support Pres. Weah’s Re-election Bid
The group said its decision is based on the developmental initiatives undertaking by the Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC) led-Government in the last five years, citing the construction of feeder and major roads across the ountry.
They also named the payment of WASSCE for all twelve graders, the promotion of peace and stability, among others.
Reading a five-count petition statement by the hierarchy of the organization, Thomas Bondu, said:” For too long more young people have been marginalized in society.”
Mr. Bondu said they are of a strong conviction that President Weah is the best alternative to meet the aspirations of young people, if re-elected in 2023.
Meanwhile, receiving the petition on behalf of President Weah, CDC National Youth League Chair, Emmanuel Johnson, praised the immense contributions of the youthful population in the development of the Country.
Mr. Johnson said gone are the days when young people were marginalized by the older generation.
He noted that this is why the CDC, through the leadership of President Weah, has created the environment where young people’s talents can be harnessed and goals achieved.
The CDC National Youth Chair also underscored the importance of unity among young people, as the Country goes to elections in October this year.
He lauded the efforts of President George Weah for the level of transformation within the party and Country at large.
At the same time, the Chairman for Information and Media of the CDC Petition Committee of President Weah’s Second Term bid is calling on partisans and Liberians to attend the program slated for February 4.
In a statement, Socrates Nimene, urged CDC partisans throughout the Country to turn out in mass at designated points in the various counties as a clear manifestation of their undoubting approval of President Weah’s second term bid.
The statement noted that President Weah has done remarkably well in many areas, including provision of urban and rural electricity, construction of modern hospitals, and construction of urban and rural housing, among others.
It also highlighted the Liberian Leader’s provision of free education at every level, massive construction of roads, human capacity building throughout the Country among other areas of National development.