The Congress for Democratic Change has, again with immediate effect, suspended its Bong Chairman Delino Kollie, Vice Chairman for operations Aaron Larteh and senior partisan Emmanuel Korkoyah for time indefinite.
CDC Chairman George Solo, who is serving a 2-year suspension, said before his suspension Delino Kollie, Aaron Larteh and others he appointed were the legitimate CDC officials in Bong County.
Nathaniel Williams, the Secretary General of the party, who is acting as Chairman, said the George Solo supporters have been suspended again for time indefinite for what the CDC current leadership referred to as act incompatible with the guidelines of the party. Before his suspension, Mr. Solo indefinitely suspended Chairman Victor Wesseh, and his Deputies and appointed Mr. Kollie and others to head the party in Bong County.
According to the party, the suspension of Mr. Solo’s appointed Chairman Delino Kollie, and his Vice Chairman for Operations, Aaron Late and Senior partisan Emmanuel Korkoyah for time indefinite takes immediate effect.
Making the pronouncement at the party headquarters in Bong County Monday, CDC controversial Vice Chairman for Operations Mulbah Morlu said the actions by the three Executive Members undermine the ethics of the party.
Mr. Morlu said the local executives were in the constant habit of badmouthing some members of the party in the County- something he described as unacceptable and only intended to bring the party to public disrepute.
He named a three-man grievance and ethics committee, headed by Catholic Justice and Peace Commission Bong-led CDC monitor George Philip Mulbah to investigate the current leadership scuffle in the Bong Chapter of the party.
Mulbah Morlu has, meanwhile, given a forty-eight hour ultimatum to Delino Kollie to remove the CDC Bong-One plate from his vehicle, warning that if Mr. Kollie to do so, the necessary legal actions would be taken against him. Mr. Kollie has also described the statements by Mr. Mulbah Morlu as a mere joke, blaming him for the current leadership struggle in the county.
Mr. Kollie labeled the party’s controversial Vice Chairman for Operations as a person fronting to destabilize the party for his personal aggrandizement. He pledged not to remove what he calls a legitimate license plate from his vehicle, urging Mr. Morlu and his followers to seek the recourse of the law.
Mr. Kollie maintained that the chairmanship cannot be taken away from him as it is absolutely illegal and intended to undermine the party Bong County branch.