By Patrick Stephen Tokpah email@example.com
Gbarnga, Bong County – Two members of a hardcore political group under the banner “Movement Against the Re-election of Bong County Electoral District three Representative J. Marvin Cole” are calling on the electorate in Electoral District #3 to politically crucify Rep Cole for what they described as misused of power in the County.
According to William Dolo and Yancy Gegeh, Representative Cole has refused to fulfill campaign promises he made to citizens in the 2017 general and presidential elections in the County.
The political group alleged that Rep. Cole, due to his inability to fulfill his campaign promises in the County, is now claiming all the projects the ruling establishment is doing in the County in other to gain popularity for his second term bid in the District.
The informed political group named the construction of a motorcyclist hospital, making Gbarnga an orange city, giving Gbarnga to its owner, establishing Football Academy amongst others as some of Rep. Cole’s 2017 elections campaign promises.
Mr. Dolo and Gegeh further explained that since Honorable J. Marvin Cole took over in the District, said promises are yet to be fulfilled.
“Honorable Cole will pay for his sins, his retirement shall bring total salvation to the people of Electoral District #3 and Bong County at large,” they added.
The Movement against the Re-election of Bong County Electoral District three Representative J. Marvin Cole executives also condemned the constant witch-hunt of progressive sons and daughters of the County by Rep Cole something they said continues to undermine the County’s growth and development.
The group which comprises over six political groups in District #3 has vowed to campaign against Rep Cole’s re-election in the 2023 general and Presidential elections in Liberia.
The group also revealed another plan by Representative Marvin Cole to mastermind the transfer of Bong County’s health services administrator, Mr. Jonah Nulee Togbah from Bong to another county; though the name of the County was not disclosed.
Rep. Cole’s alleged latest plan against Mr. Togbah has brought serious panic among government appointees who have failed to dance to his tone.
It can be recalled that the ruling Coalition for Democratic Change Bong County chairman, Sayblee Weyea alarmed over an attempt by some members of the party to “jeopardize” President George Weah’s re-election in the pending 2023 general and presidential elections in the County.
Speaking at a press conference in Gbarnga, Bong County on January 9, 2022, the CDC chairman alleged that some members of the party are currently engaged in an unscrupulous act that has the propensity to undermine the re-election of President Weah.
However, the Bong County‘s CDC chairman didn’t name any individual in the party that is involved in such an unscrupulous campaign in the County.
But, said there are some executive members of the party that is running from Ministries and Agencies lobbying for the transfer of some members and non-members of the party from their jobs because those individuals have not been dancing to the tone of them in the County.
The tough-talking Bong County’s CDC chairman alleged that said act has the propensity to jeopardize the re-election of President Weah in the 2023 general and presidential elections in the County.
The CDC Chairman of the ruling Coalition for Democratic Change, Bong County Chapter has vowed that the Party will resist anyone who intends to undermine the re-election of President Weah in 2023.