CDC’s Re-Election Will Be Political Suicide

By: Washington Tumay Watsononewash9@gamil.com

MONROVIA-A former Montserrado County Senatorial Candidate during the December 8, Special Senatorial Elections Sheikh Al Moustapha Kouyateh has lashed out that the re-election of the Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC) in the upcoming general and presidential elections will be a political suicide for Liberians.

According to Kouyateh, such decision to re-elect President George M. Weah will show that Liberians are preparing to get on board a plane   with untrained pilot who will dump the country.

Speaking Tuesday on Truth FM   the former Congress for Democratic Change Member said, what Liberians need from President Weah’s leadership is a free, fair and transparent election.

He told  the media  that  there are good and experienced Liberians  whose quality of leadership ability  that Liberians  can elect comes 2023 general and presidential elections,  but he did name any of those qualified  Liberians   who could lead  the country better  than President  Weah.

“We should have transparent Elections, it does not have to be me, but the will of the people“, he said.

Kouyateh further disclosed that his criticism against the CDC Led –Government is nationalistic and grounded in the love for country.

The  former Montserrado County Senatorial Candidate  noted that Liberia  has a long way  to go, stressing  that  it is time  for Liberians  to stand up  for  the betterment  of the country  before  it goes down  the drain.

“We celebrated two hundred years  what have we done as a nation; what have we achieved as people of this country; all of those countries that we got established before them; you know  when  they say  the land of return; those descendants  of people  that came at  the time under our law, are foreigners;  so how do you expect  them  to return; what land  are they returning  to”? He wonders.

At the same time, he extolled President Weah for completing the renovation of the Executive Mansion including the building marketers.

 

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