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Let’s rescue Liberia from President Weah

-Bility rallies Liberians

By Thomas Domah /Nimba County

The National Chairman of the Collaborating Political Party (CPP) Mr. Musa Bility underscores the need to rescue Liberia from President George Weah, pointing to poor living conditions and suffering that have engulfed citizens.

Mr. Bility says to achieve this would require the involvement of all Liberians, adding that Liberia can be changed around with unity and togetherness of all citizens.

He joins those calling on voters to make President Weah a one-term President come 2023.

Mr. Bility made the call to change Liberia’s current predicament around Garr Disgomon Town during a welcome program for a son of the town, who is an executive of the CPP based in the United States of America.

He rallies citizens of Garr administrative district to rather support the CPP for a better Liberia by making Mr. Weah a one-term President.

Some chiefs and elders of Nimba County

Also speaking during the ceremony, Liberian Journalist Nyah G. Flomo, who is a representative hopeful for District#2, lamented current hike in prices of various commodities in the country, including rice, Liberia’s staple with a 25kgs beg of rice now being sold for UD$30 or an equivalent of 4,500 Liberian Dollars.

For his part, visiting executive of the CPP from the United States, Mr. Nya Bomah, expressed disappointment and frustration with the Weah administration for poorly governing the country.

Mr. Bomah said Liberians in the U.S. can’t boast of the Weah Presidency, as the only news from Liberia is about corruption and hardship citizens are currently faced with throughout the country. He grades the performance of the Weah-led government as 30 percent.

At the same time, Journalist Flomo thanked Chairman Bility for supporting development in the district.

Some citizens of Garr Clan, who spoke to this paper, said Nya will be the best candidate to replace incumbent Representative Prince O.S. Tokpah, who is completing his second term in office. Editing by Jonathan Browne


The New Dawn is Liberia’s Truly Independent Newspaper Published by Searchlight Communications Inc. Established on November 16, 2009, with its first hard copy publication on January 22, 2010. The office is located on UN Drive in Monrovia Liberia. The New Dawn is bilingual (both English & French).
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