The chairman of the opposition Liberty Party, a constituent part of the four Collaborating Political Parties says the CPP will identify winnable candidates that would present a formidable force against the governing Coalition for Democratic Change in the pending midterm senatorial elections this year.
Chairman Steve Zargo, also Senator of Lofa County notes that the selection of candidates will be characterized by consensus, voters’ perception survey, and elder council advice, as already stipulated in the final framework document signed by parties of the CPP.
He boasts about the trooping in of new members at the LP headquarters in Oldest Congo Town recently. According to him, detractors of the CPP are confused and have nothing to show the Liberian people in the upcoming midterm senatorial elections slated for December 8th.
“Look, I can barely tell you that our detractors are confused for the fact that four strong political parties will come together and subject itself to consensus, elder council, voters’ perception survey speaks volumes to our seriousness.”
According to chairman Zargo, the coming over of former presidential candidate Dr. Foday Kromah, former deputy house speaker Hans Bachue, former Grand Kru County superintendent Roseline Sneh, and former Sinoe County development superintendent, Romeo Quiah, among others are household names who can bring victory to the party in their respective counties.
Commenting on efforts to curtail the COVID 19 pandemic in Lofa County he explains that Lofa legislative caucus in collaboration with the county leadership has made interventions in Foya, Zorzor and Voinjama districts, respectively to ease the fight against the pandemic. Senator Zargo spoke to OK FM 99.5 in Monrovia over the weekend.
By Lewis S. Teh–Editing by Jonathan Browne