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Speaker Chambers donates 17-seated bus to CDC

House Speaker Bhofal Chambers has donated a brand new 17-seated bus to the ruling Coalition for Democratic Change.

The donation, according to Speaker Chambers, is a way of the people of Pleebo-Sodoken District that he represents in the House in identifying with the ruling CDC.

The Maryland County District#2 Lawmaker says he wants the bus purposely used for the operations of the party.

He attributes the success of the CDC-led government to people whom he referred to as committed and supported partisans.

Speaker Chambers calls on members of the ruling Coalition to prioritize peace above whatever in the pending 2023 General and Presidential elections slated for October 10th.

He assures CDC Chairman Mulbah Morlu of his continuous support in ensuring that President George Weah is reelected for 2nd term.

In remarks, Chairman Morlu thanks Speaker Chambers for the donation and, for continuously standing with the party despite his position in government.

He further praises the Speaker for what he terms, responsibly handling the affairs of the Legislature since the inception of the CDC-led government in 2018.

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Speaker Chambers and Chairman Morlu spoke on Friday evening, February 3, at the CDC headquarters in Oldest Congo Town, outside Monrovia. Editing by Jonathan Browne

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