Liberia: CDC names Jeremiah Solunteh as Its Campaign Chair …Several Others On Board


The ruling Coalition for Democratic Change(CDC) has named its Campaign Committee styled CDC Victory Campaign Committee, ahead of the ensuing October 10, 2023 Presidential and Legislative Elections.

Addressing a news conference on Thursday, July 27, 2023, the Chairman of the governing party, Mulbah K. Morlu, named the former running mate to Alexander B. Cummings, Jeremiah Solunteh, as the Campaign Chair for the 2023 Presidential and Legislative Elections.

The others are the Deputy Campaign Manager for Administration, Garrison D. Yealue, Deputy Campaign Manager for Operation, Representative Thomas P. Fallah, General Campaign Coordinator, Ambassador Nora Finda Bundoo, Deputy for Finance, Bedell Freeman.

Others are Deputy for International Outreach, Morris Sackor, Deputy for Logistics, Honestine Clarke, Deputy for Planning, Varfee M. Tulay, Deputy for Transportation, Daoda S. Kallon, Secretary General, Jefferson Tamba Koijee, among others.

Prior to the naming of the Committee, CDC Chairman Morlu cautioned partisans, supporters, and sympathizers not to be cognizant in the success of past convergence this year, encouraging them not to slow down because of the turnout of thousands of people that President George Manneh Weah reelection is sure.

‘‘We must not be complicit of success of past gatherings, we must not slow down until victory is achieved come October,” he stated.

“I have no doubt that you can do it in October. I’m convinced because CDC has grown bigger to win October,” he asserted.

The CDC Chairman encouraged all districts and county chairpersons to organize event to bring back all partisans to the party, saying “we have resolved that no partisan will be left behind when we win our government will be inclusive.”

Among other things, he said those that have wrong the CDC are forgiven and CDC also asked to be forgiven, adding that the CDC is the way forward to continue to transform this country under the leadership of President Weah.

For his part, the Secretary General of the CDC, Jefferson Tamba Koijee, maintained the party’s commitment to upholding the peace and stability of the country.

Mr. Koijee also told the news conference that the CDC has considered the maintenance of the peace as its first major priority before, during and after the October 10, 2023 Presidential and Legislative Elections.

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