Liberty Party has appointed former Bong County Inspector William Kollie, as its National Liaison for Chiefs and Elders Affairs.In a letter to former Inspector Kollie, LP National Chairman Benjamin Sanvee says the appointment is based on the directive of Liberty Party Standard Bearer Charles Walker Brumskine.
The letter explains that the basic functions of Mr. Kollie will include mobilization of Chiefs and Elders across the country in pursuit of the party’s goal of winning the October 10, 2017 elections.
Party Chairman Sanvee also expresses optimism that Kollie will discharge his responsibility with utmost dedication and loyalty to the party.Former Inspector William Kollie, who served as Co-chair of the ruling Unity Party in Electoral District Five, recently resigned from the UP to in his words, “enable him to think independently.”
Since his dismissal as County Inspector of Bong last year, Mr. Kollie has taken a critical stance against the ruling Unity Party, lashing at the party on various issues.He blames Internal Affairs Minister, Dr. Henrique Tokpa, and Superintendent Mappy for his dismissal.
At a Unity Party meeting in Gbarnga, he openly described the two officials as dangerous people in the party, but Dr. Tokpa and Superintendent Mappy, who were present in the meeting, vehemently denied being in the know of the dismissal.
By Papa Morris-Editing by Jonathan Browne