Did Rep. Gray Smell Fear?

By: Washington Tumay Watson –onewash9@gmail .com

MONROVIA-Representative   Moses Acarous Gray has vowed to be the face of the Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC) in the district in the upcoming general and presidential elections.

The Congress for Democratic Change former Secretary General a constituent of the Coalition for Democratic Change, Rep. Gray told the media that come what may, he will be in the contest on the CDC’s ticket.

According to Rep. Gray, he will vigorously campaign for him and President George Weah for his re-election inclining himself.

Lawmaker Gray, during 2017 general and presidency elections   was vehemently rejected by the market women within his district.

The Women expressed their decision to reject the re-election  of Rep. Gray  due  to his inability  to meet up  with  those promises  that he made  to  them, something  that prompted  President Weah at the time  when he was  senator  of Montserrado County vying  for  the presidency,  to appeal  to  the market women  to consider Rep. Gray  because of him.

The Market Women reconsidered their decision based on the appeal from President Weah to vote for Rep. Gray for the second time.

Speaking to the media, Rep. Gray said    over the years, he has impacted the various communities within his district   through his advocacy and personal development.

Gray said for now, he will use the media to promulgate those things that he has done for his people within the district.

However, Rep. Gray did not speak of the CDC primary if he will be elected by the delegates, but indicated that District #8 is a no-go-zone for opposition.

Gray is now engaging his constituent regularly and creating the political motivation for the voters to reconsider him for the third term to vote him as Representative.

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