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‘Stay Home June 7’

-CDC Chairman Tells Partisans

By Jackson C. Clay, Jr.

The Chairman of the ruling Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC), Mulbah Morlu has told partisans, supporters and well-wishers of the part to stay home on June 7.

June 7 of this year has been marked as the day some group of Liberians under the banner Council of Patriots (COP) set aside to peacefully protest in the country co-named “Save the State.”

The group’s decision to stage this protest according them is triggered by the manner and form the state of affairs within the country is being conducted under the Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC) government headed by former football icon George Manneh Weah.

Addressing a news conference Monday, May 27, 2019 at the CDC headquarters in Congo Town, outside Monrovia, Chairman Morlu said that his decision to asking his partisans to stay home is to rest and prepare for and prepare for the party’s official of its campaign in the senatorial and representatives by-elections schedule for July 2 of the year.

“There shall be no activity absolutely on June 7 and we ask all partisans to stay home on that day.  We expect a vigorous work load as of now to June 6, we are going to be embarking on an intensive mobilization throughout Montserrado and we asking districts coordinator to go back within their various district and begin to organize those meetings leading up to our official launch on June 8, so because the work load will be tense so we give you the 7th as your rest,” Morlu said.

At the same time, Chairman Morlu disclosed that the CD will officially launch their campaign on June 8, at the Slip Way sports pitch, thus, the party has already move to register her two candidates in the pending by-elections for Montserrado county and district #15 within Montserrado County, in persons of Paulita Wie and Abu Kamara respectively.

The CDC chairman encouraged partisans, supporters and well-wishers of the party to vigorously campaign for the candidates and ensure that they win.

“All partisans of the CDC, as per the mandate of the party, the determination of the delegates that assembled at the just ended primaries and as per the message sent by the founder father of this great party, President George Weah and based on the facts that these two candidates are products of the decision making progress it now becomes the responsibility of all partisans, sympathizers an supporters to turn out and campaign vigorously wants the campaign progress begins. We are very proud of them, they have paid their dues and as such they deserve all of your supporters,” the CDC chairman said.

 

 

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