The Revolutionary Youth League of ruling Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC) has condemned the recent incarceration of convicted Deputy Information Minister Eugene Fahngon by the House of Representatives following contempt charge hearing.
At the CDC party headquarters over the weekend, the ruling party Youth League condemned in the strongest term the creeping menace of ‘divide and rule’ allegedly being played by Bomi County Representative Edwin Snowe.
Mr. Fahngon was jailed last week following a contempt hearing which was called by the House of Representatives over the convict’s recent show of disrespect and insults to Representative Snowe.
Mr. Fahngon shared with his social media followers a live video recording in which he denounces Representative Snowe as a lawmaker, points finger to the lawmaker’s face and insults him, among others.
The Youth League says it sees the Legislature as a collaborating partner in promoting the Government’s Pro-poor agenda.
But it however condemns individual who are sowing seeds of discord among ruling CDC partisans.The Youth League calls on all its members and the young people of Liberia to be steadfast and not allow agent of provocateurs to get them going against each other.The CDC Youth League fears that it was the same chicanery that took former ruling Unity Party (UP) to its grave today.
Meanwhile, the Youth League has called on the government and all political actors to put aside their differences and to strive together to make the country great.
The National Secretary General of the Youth League, Emmanuel Mulbah Johnson, has commended government under the stewardship of President George Manneh Weah for the unprecedented level of democratic truism exhibited thus far which has seen the uninterrupted exercise of the separation of power.
According to him, President Weah has continued to demonstrate his sincere sense of upholding the Constitution of Liberia.
He stresses the need to have a united front as government in order to foster a concrete state of governance and usher developmental approach for the wellbeing of the Liberian people cannot be overemphasized.
He observes that for too long as a nation, Liberians have allowed cheap politics, pettiness and self-interested quest to outshine and outlive the true essence of being in political authorities, which is seeking the general welfare of the people.