Madam Taylor stated that those who they intend to rescue after serving 12 years as a Vice President could not help his people in Lofa County.
Vice President Taylor made the statement Thursday, May 18, 2023 when some members of the legislative staffers pledged their support to the re-election of President George Manneh Weah in the pending Presidential and Legislative Elections slated for October 10, 2023. The program was held at the Capitol – seat of the Liberian Legislature.
According to her, the opposition and former Vice President Boakai have nothing to offer the Liberian people, but they want to rescue themselves rather the people.
She stressed that President Weah is doing everything possible to transform the development of the country and its people through infrastructure and basic social services.
Madam Taylor noted that people who are claiming that they love the Liberian people,but where are their records to show about what have they done in the past and now.
She pointed out that under the administration of President Weah, he has connected roads leading to various counties across the nation.
She added that the Liberian leader should be given the second chance to complete his developmental agenda to transform the nation.
Meanwhile, the Speaker of the House of Representatives, Dr. Bhofal Chambers, said President Weah has made Liberian presidency simple for the ordinary people compared to any president in the history of Liberia.
Dr. Chambers stated that the president is fostering the development agenda despite the unfair criticism from the opposition camp, but the Liberian people will not be carried away with their cheap propaganda.
He lauded the staffers who have pledged their support and commitment to the re-election of President Weah.
For his part, the Chairman of the “Majority Member of Staffers” at the Legislature, Chambiyor Bridges, said Majority Staffers at the Legislature are committed to the re-election of President Weah no matter the situation.
The occasion was embraced by several lawmakers from the ruling party, which included the Deputy Speaker and some members of the Liberian Senate.