-As Political Leader
Grand Bassa County Senator Nyonblee Karnga-Lawrence has taken over the Liberty Party (LP) as its new political leader.
Senator Nyonblee Karnga-Lawrence with outgoing political leader, Cllr. Charles Walker Brumskine
The Grand Bassa County lawmaker was elected in Voinjama, Lofa County at the end of the party’s Words cannot express how grateful I am for all your support and commitment. I congratulate Sen. Steve Zargo on his unanimous election as National Chairman and wish him well as he lead our party. I also congratulate Sen. Nyonblee Karnga Lawrence on her election as Political Leader. Congratulations to all the new members of the National Executive Committee. I wish you all well and look forward to helping in anyway I can. It has been my honor to lead our noble party. I pray the our party will remain vibrant… I pray that we will be patriots before partisans… I pray that we never lose focus of what binds us together…. I move forward knowing that the party is in safe hands.. TOGETHER WE CAN AND MUST DO BETTER!!!!national executive committee gathering in that part of the country.
Senator Karnga-Lawrence was elected along with Senator Steve Zargo of Lofa County as the party’s new chairman.
Senator Karnga-Lawrence replaces Cllr. Charles Walker Brumskine who has been defeated on three separate occasions as political leader of the party in presidential race. Senator Zargo replaces Benjamin Sanvee, former chairman of the party.
The LP is now under new breed of leaders. If every goes well, Senator Nyonblee Karnga-Lawrence will lead the party to the next presidential and legislative elections in the country.
In response, the outgoing chairman of the Liberty Party, Benjamin Sanvee said it has been an exceptional honor and privilege to serve at the highest level of the party.
“But like everything in life, I believe there’s a time to evolve; confronting new challenges and embracing new opportunities. I thank our outgoing Political Leader Cllr. Charles W. Brumskine for the confidence and believing in our ability to lead,” he said.