The political power house and face of the ruling Coalition for Democratic Change(CDC), George Manneh Weah on Tuesday August 8, 2023 joined thousands of Cdicans to commence the official campaign tour of the party.

Very focused, energized and unbinding in their quest to ensure their standard bearer’s re-election is secure, Mr. Weah, under the rain, cold and wet weather, marched along with his partisans and supporters as they sang political slogans and chanted battle cry with one message, one round victory is a must.

Dressed in his party colors , Blue and white flanked with his rain jacket in readiness for the campaign despite any natural condition, the CDC Head, speaking under the rain, rallied partisans and supporters of the CDC to support his re-election in October.

The flag bearer of the CDC said his six years’ achievements are living testimonies for his continuation of leadership in order to better develop the country including improving the living condition of the Liberian People. .

President Weah, who continues to preach the messages of peace and non violence to his people during and after the elections, was also quick to remind them not to be carried away by empty political jargons .

He urged them to make the wise and perfect decision which is to re-elect him.

President Weah, who counted from one to eighteen, while speaking to his people , called on them to vote #18 on October 10, 2023 as his statement was clearly demonstrated by the Party’s National Campaign Chairman Lenn Eugene Nagbe.

‘‘Number #18 is a winning number so let’s do the needful on October 10, 2023 for the supreme interest of Liberia,’’ he added.

The political activities of the CDC took place in Districts seven and eight respectively and brought together senior and ordinary partisans including the Representatives of the two districts , Moses Acarous Gray and Solomon George respectively.

Meanwhile, the campaign tour, which started in Montserrado County, is expected to continue across all districts in Montserrado County and across the Fifteen political subdivisions of Liberia.

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