MONROVIA-Senator Prince Y. Johnson and former vice president, Joseph Boakai on Thursday ended a meeting aimed at forming a possible collaboration, sources close to the meeting told the New Republic..
The source said Senator Prince Johnson, also the former head of the Movement for Democracy and Reconstruction met with met the standard bearer of the Unity Party at his residence.
“Ex-vice president, Joseph N. Boakai and Nimba County senator Prince y. Johnson meeting for possible collaboration,” the source said.
It further said: “reportedly, currently ongoing at Ex-vp Boakai’s house in Rehab community, Paynesville city.”
It can be recalled that senator Johnson supported president George Weah of the Congress for Democratic Change-CDC in the last election of 2017. But relations between both, Senator and president Weah have turned sour with each using indecent and profane language.
“Discussions reportedly around the Unity party forming a collaboration with the Movement for Democracy and Reconstruction(MDR) which will have MDR political leader, Nimba County Senator Jerimiah Kpoung going vice standard bearer to ex-vp Boakai for the pending October 10, 2023, presidential and legislative election,”
When this paper contacted an official from the CDC, he declined to comment, but said, “this is time for politics. Anything can happen. But we are not worried.