Mayor Koijee Asserts
Monrovia City Mayor, Jefferson T. Koijee has says the Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC) government headed by President George Manneh Weah has no intention to take individuals out of their jobs.
The Monrovia City Mayor said the CDC government has come to work in the interest of all Liberians in making sure that together they can move the government Pro-Poor agenda forward.
According to him, President Weah is a leader that is not interested in witch-hunting people like ex-President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf who allegedly took people out of their job.
Mayor Koijee made the statement recently in an interview at the party’s headquarters in Congo Town, Monrovia.
The youthful City Mayor added that the CDC government remains committed in providing job opportunities for her partisans including other Liberians in the country.
Mayor Koijee assured Liberians that the CDC government under the able leadership of President Weah will not do what ex-President did during her administration to take people from their jobs.
He however stated that the CDC government is a government for the people and is ready to do everything best possible to transform the living standards of all of her citizens.
Monrovia City Mayor Koijee informed Liberians from all walks of lives of the Liberian society that President Weah is a leader that means well for the country.
He called on Liberians not to lend their ears to those he called failed politicians who do not want to see Liberia moving forward like other countries around the world.
The CDC National Youth League Chairman reminded Liberians that the country is in their hands noting that they all should come together as one and support the government Pro-Poor agenda.
Meanwhile, Mayor Koijee who is also the Chairman for Representative Saah Joseph in the pending Senatorial election stated that the Montserrado seat is owned by the CDC.
He further stated that the party is well prepared and ready to make Representative Joseph the next Senator of Montserrado County.
According to him, the party makes no mistake by putting forth Representative Joseph on the ticket to contest the Montserrado seat.
The Monrovia City Mayor boss asserted that the CDC’s candidate, Representative Joseph is best suited to occupy the Montserrado county Vacant seat.