BY: Mark B. Dumbar
MONROVIA-The Ruling Coalition for Democratic Change, (CDC) has announced a homecoming program for its members.
The event, according to the Secretary-General of the CDC, Jefferson T. Koijee, is intended for partisans to extend olive branches, iron out their differences, and interact with their Standard Bearer, President George M. Weah.
Addressing a news conference at the Headquarters of the Party in Monrovia, on Monday, February 6, 2023, Koijee noted that there is an urgent need for Members of the CDC to reconcile their differences ahead of the impeding and crucial Presidential and Legislative Elections.
The Secretary-General of the CDC extended thanks and appreciation to all partisans for their massive turnover, during the nomination process of the second term bid of President George M. Weah.
“We want to thank and appreciate each and everyone who took upon their time to grace this all-important occasion,” he noted.
Koijee mentioned that the Liberian Leader has extended his unflinching appreciation to Members of the CDC for turning out during his nomination process.
He noted that though there was a huge turnout during the nomination process, the CDC is not complacent, but rather it will endeavor to recruit more members.
Koijee furthered that the party remains humble through the assembly of partisans that show true love.
He noted, that “without the people, we cannot be who we are”.
The SG of the CDC wants Members to participate in the voter registration process.
Koijee mentioned that the main focus of the National Home Coming program is to create a conducive atmosphere for all partisans to reconcile their individual differences.