The National Chairman of the former ruling Unity Party, Amin Modad, currently leading the UP on a nationwide tour, has made several donations to partisans in Nimba County.
Chairman Modad, who was in Nimba over the weekend, said the donations are intended to make the Nimba Chapter of the party more vibrant and forceful.
Modad donated three motorbikes to the county leadership, including 60,000 Liberian Dollars to purchase land for the construction of a county headquarters, a laptop, Public Address System and an iPhone for effective communication.
The UP has reaffirmed its cohesiveness and preparedness to win the 2023 Presidential elections despite its withdrawal from the CPP and legal battle at the Supreme Court to field a candidate in the impending Lofa County Senatorial By-Election.
The Nimba visit was also used to revive the spirit and confidence of UP partisans, supporters and well-wishers, open its headquarters in the county, and provide an opportunity for thousands of citizens wanting to join the party, something that will be replicated in the other 14 counties of Liberia.
Chairman Modad expressed profound thanks and appreciation to Standard Bearer Joseph Nyumah Boakai and all committed and dedicated partisans both at home and abroad for their financial, material and political support to ensure a resounding success of the current tours.
Mr. Modad expressed particular sentiments and special recognition for some county chairpersons, who traveled through very difficult terrains to demonstrate their commitment and dedication to party work.
Journalists who covered the first leg of the county tours in Nimba, described the exercise as impressive, in a county that is extremely strategic in the number politics of Liberia.
The UP is leaving no stone unturned in its quest to showcase the formidability that has kept it as either a victor or a force to reckon with in all of Liberia’s postwar democratic contestations. Editing by Jonathan Browne