All Liberian People or ALP standard bearer Benoni Urey is cautioning electorate, particularly youths of Grand Bassa County to vote rightly this time around, come October, warning that any decision they make at the ballot box would have a serious impact on their lives.
He says the youth desire for better health and educational facilities, food for their homes and jobs for their parents rest with whatever decision they would make on October 10th, polling day.
The presidential hopeful gives the warning on Friday, 11 August during celebration commemorating the second anniversary of the ALP held at the Doris Williams Sports ground in Buchanan City, Grand Bassa County.
Hundreds of thousands of citizens, including partisans, sympathizers and well-wishers graced the occasion, characterized by speeches, pageantry, and soccer match.Deputy Secretary-General Nat TS Johnson says the ALP is a movement that embraces all Liberians irrespective of tribes, religions and traditional values.
“For us as a party, we see this country at a crossroads; Farmer Urey and Teacher Duopu can fix it, build the broken system in Liberia”, says Mr. Johnson. He notes that it is time that citizen rally around the ALP to make Liberia works again by restoring dignity, love and unity.
According to him, the people of Grand Bassa are excited about the Urey-Duopu Ticket, adding, “They see their future in it, what they hope for in a better Liberia.” The part is one of the newest founded here after the 2011 presidential and general elections, but it seems to have taken a firm grip of every political subdivision of Liberia, receiving mass support, ahead of the October elections.
Story by Jonathan Browne