Ruling Congress for Democratic Change (CDC) candidate for Montserrado County by- senatorial election Paulita Wie is warning here that her opponents will not only be shocked at the election results, but they will cry.
Addressing hundreds of Cdcians in electoral district #14 on 21 June, Madam Wie said she trust the ability of her partisans to repeat history by showing to the world that there is no room for opposition candidates in the by-election.
Flanked by party officials at the gathering, Wie cautioned her supporters not to be deceived by the same opposition candidates who took to the streets of Monrovia in an alleged attempt to sabotage the administration of President George Manneh Weah, but failed.
Her comments appear to be against populous protests against the regime to demand reforms and accountability for sums of monies that have caused stirs here, including a controversial US$25m mop- up exercise.
Madam Wie calls on CDCians to demonstrate that there is no space for the opposition since they did not succeed in their ugly behavior.
She faces a number of contenders in the Montserrado by – election, including opposition candidate Mr. Darius Dillon, one of the key planners of the June 7 Save the State peaceful protest.
Madam Wile encourages partisans of the ruling establishment to turn out in mass on 8 July and say no to opposition contestants.
She brands the opposition candidates as wicked people that have no plan for the country and its people.
Also speaking, CDC National Chairman Mulbah K. Morlu says all Cdcians must come out on election day to demonstrate their strength and opposition to greedy and failed opposition candidates who do not have the country at heart.
Morlu believes that President Weah’s only crime her has committed is by appointing youthful Liberians in the government, which he claims makes the vex.
Monrovia City Mayor and CDC Youth League Chair Jefferson Korjii claims that the Weah-led government came to clean up the mess created by the regime of former President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf and to provide the needed development for the people.By Emmanuel Mondaye —Edited by Winston W. Parley