We’ll protect our votes
The Standard Bearer of the Coalition for Democratic Change George Weah is rallying supporters, friends, sympathizers and partisans to get ready to protect their votes at the November 7, Presidential run-off election.
Speaking in Ganta, Nimba County, where he had gone, accompanied by Senator Prince Johnson to be introduced to electorate in the county as the best candidate in the runoff, Weah continues that CDCians are prepared to take charge of their votes, but did say how.
He notes that Liberians are yearning for change and nothing can stop change from happening now, saying, “If election were to go second, third and fourth round, that change will certainly come, nothing can stop it with God above, that change will come and through us.”
He explains that his travel from Monrovia to Ganta with people lined-up along the roadside shows that Liberians want change, as they are tired with the Unity Party -led government.
Weah promises that the expectations and hope of the Liberian people will be jealously protected with blood and sweat, and notes that the return of Senator Johnson to the CDC is a clear manifestation that retirement for the Unity Party is just about matter of days.
He recalls that during the 2005 Presidential run-off election, Senator Johnson, who at the time had won the senatorial seat for the first time, joined forces with the Congress for Democratic Change.
He assures that when elected, he would form a government of inclusion, bringing onboard every sector and key players.
By E. J. Nathaniel Daygbor-Editing by Jonathan Browne