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“Dismiss Any Of Your Officials”

-CDC Stalwart Challenges President Weah

A member of the Coalition for Democratic Change, Sheik Mustapha Al- Kouyateh has challenged President George Weah to dismiss any of his officials who will unnecessarily throw jabs at members of the opposition community.

He said the opposition in any democratic space is there to hold government accountable on national issues and as such; should not be branded negatively as been done on social or traditional media by some government officials.

Kouyateh said the move if taken by the Liberian leader will help reduce unnecessary tension in the Country.

He wants Weah to muster the courage and take some drastic actions which will serve as a deterrent to others because according to him it is about time that government officials or Cdicians see the Country as the bigger picture void of political and religious differences.

He said he is more Liberian than Cdician and wants other members of his party to desist from too much party issues and rather focus on the development of the Country.

Despite the current economic situation in the Country, Kouyateh noted that the much-needed change the people crave for is now and will surely take place soon.

The Businessman also urged President George Weah to be careful about some of his officials especially those that are not seeking the interest of the people of which he (Weah) has so much dream of changing their condition for the better.

He wants the Liberian leader not to hesitate but to wheel out bad apples from his government mainly those who are directly and indirectly as well as covertly undermining his government and are suppressing the full implementation of the pro poor agenda.

At the same time, the CDC Stalwart is encouraging the opposition community to discontinue its plan June 7,2019 protest in the interest of maintaining the peace process.

He said historically speaking much publicized peaceful protest has always turned chaotic something he noted the Country and people are not prepared for now and never.

Kouyateh said the Liberian leader is a reconciler and peace ambassador as such it will be prudent for the opposition community to engage him into a dialogue means rather than protest.

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