Weah’s Re-election Hangs On Thread

By: Washington Tumay Watson – onewash9@gmail .com  

MONROVIA-Several inhabitants within Paynesville have straggly opposed the re-election of President George M. Weah.

The citizens which include marketers, motorcyclists, students, and drivers voiced that the re-election of President Weah will face serious challenges due to his officials who are not working in the interest of the electorates.

The Citizens narrated that President Weah is compromising with his officials who are irritating the majority of the ordinary people by the act of alleged corruption, permeating indefinable suffering, abuse of power among others.

James Kerkula, a motorcyclist said the re-election of President Weah will be like appreciating suffering, corruption, hunger and the abuse of power.

 “President Weah has surprised us, we the motorcyclists who supported   him for better change,  is not showing leadership, and everybody in the government is doing his or her own thing,  and the President cannot talk or take action “,Kerkula indicated.

  A dry goods businesswoman  Cecelia  Washington said,  those  citizens who will vote   for  President George M.Weah  and  the coalition  for Democratic Change (CDC)   for  the second  time,  will be taking  the country backward.

“The first six years that we gave President Weah, look at how the country looking, just like we do not have leader, “she said.

Madam Washington said because of the economic situation under President Weah-led Government, she is unable to support her three children’s education.

“I was one of those who used to talk to people to vote for President Weah, I encouraged most of my family members to vote for the CDC, my people and friends are blaming me for the way we allowed our country to go backward, we are suffering, no money only the big government officials having the money,  they are building big houses including President Weah,  and we the citizen crying “, she said.

 Also speaking was a youth activist  Jeremiah Carr who said,  the re-election of President George M. Weah will validate the issue of welcoming more young people to be abused with drugs.

He said the government is not interested in strengthening the drug laws, stressing that some big hands within the government are allegedly in the drug business.

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