“CPP Will Split’’ ..… Snow’s prediction working?

By Washington Tumay Watson –onewash9@gamil.com

MONROVIA- Bomi County Senator, Edwin Snow following his commitment and declaration  to support President George Weah’s second term presidency disclosed that the Collaborating Political Parties (CPP)  would  Split.

According to the Bomi County Lawmaker, the opposition are not ready to take on power and President Weah will defeat them in the upcoming general and presidential election in 2023.

Speaking on a local radio Station at the time, the Bomi Senator disclosed that the political Leader of the Alternative National Congress (ANC), Alexander B. Cummings was going to break away from the CPP, an assertion that the political leader of the ANC Cummings rejected.

Recently, the Liberty Party, a constituent  member of the CPP endorsed Mr. Alexander Cummings of the ANC to lead the CPP against George Weah of the  Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC) in the general and presidential elections.

The Liberty Party endorsement  and acceptance by  Mr. Cummings according  to some  insiders,  has provoked  the Executive  Committee  of the former ruling Unity Party    of anticipating  to take a decision  of  withdrawing  from  the CPP.

Some citizens and supporters of the CPP decried such planned decision of the Unity Party that is presently   chairing the CPP   through its Standard Bearer Former Vice President Joseph Boakai.

According to the concern citizens, any split in the CPP will be a chance for President Weah to be reelected, something they fully oppose.

Moreover, some supporters  of the Unity Party  are welcoming  such idea, emphasizing  that UP  and former VP Boakai have  the numbers  and  the Liberian people believe  that he, Boakai  is the alternative  for  their liberation  from the hands of the CDC in  the upcoming elections.

At the same time, some members of the CPP are calling for unity within the CPP   and want former VP Boakai to show leadership  role in the  CPP.

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