ALCOP Elects Lusinee F. Kamara As Standard Bearer

By Patrick Stephen Tokpah

Gbarnga, Bong County-The All Liberian Coalition Party (ALCOP) has elected, Alhaji Lusinee F. Kamara, Sr., as standard bearer ahead of the 2023 General and Presidential Elections in Liberia.

The All Liberia Coalition Party (ALCOP) is a traditionalist political party in Liberia that was founded in 1997. ALCOP was led by the Muslim politician G.V. Kromah, and it won 3/64 House of Representatives and 2/26 Senate seats in the 1997 elections, which saw the fear of Charles Taylor’s return to rebellion lead to many voters voting for other parties.

Kromah ran again as the party’s presidential candidate in the October 11, 2005 elections. He won 2.8% of the vote. The party won one seat in the Senate and two in the House of Representatives.

Mr. Kamara was elected on white ballot as the Standard Bearer of the party during the party’s National Convention on December 3, 2022, in Gbarnga, Bong County.

Also, the All Liberia Coalition Party 2023 presidential aspirant vowed to make President George Weah a one-term President in Liberia.

The ALCOP standard bearer-elect revealed that he has never lived outside of Liberia for more than two months, noting that he knows the problems being faced by ordinary citizens in the country.

Alhaji Lusinee F. Kamara, Sr. further told ALCOP partisans that if elected in 2023 he will make the country better for its citizen in terms of development.

The Liberia former Finance Minister further said that Liberia needs a serious-minded President who will fight to better the lives of its citizens, adding not a “Buga Dancer.” 

He said Liberia must be liberated from the hands of bad leaders, noting our country must be reclaimed and redeemed from this perennial scourge of bad governance and self-indulgence, adding Liberians deserve better. 

Alhaji. Kamara is the current Standard Bearer of ALCOP, a Muslim Dominant Party in the country.

ALCOP National Convention was held under the theme: “Peace, Unity, Freedom, Justice & Progress to the people.” With a local slogan:  ‘We Support a Peaceful Convention                     

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