President George Weah has described House Speaker, Dr. Bhofal Chambers, as a dedicated, devoted and outstanding partisan of the governing Coalition for Democratic Change – CDC, who has ably supported the party in achieving and realizing visible and impactful developments across Liberia.
Speaking in a political rally in Pleebo, Maryland County, President Weah praised Speaker Chambers for his unwavering commitment to maintaining party cohesion and discipline, stating that Chambers has played an integral role in upholding the values and principles of the CDC.
The CDC Standard Bearer added that Speaker Chambers is trustworthy and reliable to Pleebo Sodoken District in Maryland County, the CDC and the Legislature.
President Weah’s remarks were met with enthusiastic applause from the crowd, which included members of the CDC and residents.
He noted that prior to Dr. Chambers becoming Speaker of the 54th Legislature, and even under his gavel, he continued to support the CDC in achieving its deliverables to the Liberian people.
President Weah made the comments Tuesday, October 3, 2023, at a campaign rally in Pleebo Sodoken District, when thousands of supporters lined the streets, waving flags and cheering as the Presidential motorcade passed through the city.
Local leaders and dignitaries welcomed the President with open arms, expressing gratitude for the government’s continued support and commitment to development projects in the county.
The President pleaded with Marylanders to re-elect the current team of Legislators on the ticket of the CDC including Speaker Chambers, Senator J. Gble-bo Brown, Representatives P. Mike Jury and Isaac Roland respectively.
Mr. Weah maintained that the current team of Maryland County Legislators will continue to uphold the confidence reposed in them.
Commenting further, he urged Marylanders not to be misled by detractors, who he noted miserably failed the country and have no remorse but are opting to provide representation in the midst of rapid development under the Coalition regime.
Amidst the praises showered upon the Speaker, by President Weah, the citizens of Pleebo Sodoken District have unanimously pleaded with Mr. Weah to ensure that he retains the Speakership.
They also pledged to support the re-election bids of President George Weah, Speaker Bhofal Chambers, Senator J. Gble-bo Brown, Representatives P. Mike Jury and Isaac Roland, respectively while commending the government for its development deliverables.
Speaking earlier, Speaker Chambers, among other things, recommitted the people of Pleebo Sodoken District to re-electing the Coalition government based upon its deliverables, including maintenance of peace and good governance, among others. Editing by Jonathan Browne