The ruling Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC) Campaign Spokesperson, Cllr. Kanio Bai Gbala, has described Margibi County as a “no-go zone” for the Opposition Community.
At the same time, Cllr. Gbala has dismissed alleged reports that the Liberian Government has plans to threaten the life of the opposition Unity Party (UP) Standard Bearer, Joseph Nyuma Boakai.
He described the alleged report as an instigator to undermine the peaceful conduct of the upcoming Presidential and Legislative Elections.
According to him, the party remains committed to non-violence, which has the propensity to ruin the peace and stability of the country, but rather focused on preaching on its agenda.
The Party’s Spokesperson said they are optimistic about winning the elections on the first ballot based on the tangible developmental initiatives the Government has undertaken in the past six years.
Cllr. Gbala wants the opposition community to desist from spilling what he termed as propaganda and propagating their agenda to the Liberian people during the campaign season.
Meanwhile, President Weah has made a stop at the Booker Washington Institute (BWI), where he held engagement meetings with local leaders.
The Liberian Chief Executive toured the county for two days and would be heading for Grand Bassa and River Cess Counties.