Greedy-guts And Gourmand

By Patrick Stephen Tokpah

Gbarnga, Bong County -The County Inspector of Bong County Moses Stubberfield says the Collaborating Political Parties (CPP) is not a threat to the ruling establishment’s victory in the  2023 general and Presidential elections in the Country.

The CPP is an alliance of the four major opposition political parties comprising the Unity Party (UP), the All Liberian Party (UP), Liberty Party (LP), and the Alternative National Congress, for the sole purpose of amalgamating forces and resources for removal of President George Weah and his CDC government from power in the 2023 presidential elections.

The CPP experienced its strength as a result of the collaboration in the 2020 Special Senatorial Elections in which the majority of the seats were won by its candidates.

But the collaboration plunged into a series of internal wrangling shortly after that election.

This internal wrangling ranges from allegations of tampering with the CPP Framework Document, formation of blocs within the collaboration, and the allegations of blatant violation of the Framework Document and deviation from the principles of accountability.

Which plunged the ALP political leader to drag the ANC political leader to the Monrovia City Court which is presided over by Judge Jonah Jallah for alleged forgery and criminal conspiracy.

But speaking in an interview with journalists in Gbarnga, Inspector Moses Stubberfield described the CPP as is a disorganized political party that lacks leadership direction to compete with the CDC in the pending 2023 General elections in Liberia.

” Many Liberian were describing the CPP as the government in waiting, but they have failed to lobby and bring development to the Liberian people, but only to criticize the hard-working government of President George M. Weah,” Stubberfield stressed.

The Bong County Inspector said he is amazed or wonders, why the opposition will continue to exhibit such bad behavior to the people they represent, the 2023 elections.

The CDC steward at the same time described the CPP leaders as greedy-guts, gluttonous, and gourmand,  who are only care for their belly and pockets.

The Bong County Inspector further maintained that the CPP will remain disintegrated up to 2023 because Mr. Alexander Cummings and former Vice President Joseph Boakai have refused to decide on the leadership direction of the opposition.

Meanwhile,  Stubberfield wants those calling themselves supporters of the collaborating political parties to join the Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC) for a better Liberia.

The former acting chairman of CDC now County Inspector revealed that the constituent parties of the CDC have instituted measures to promote unity and the image of the Coalition.

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