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CDC in Turmoil: ‘Now the Storm is Calmed, CDC Must Be Cleaned Up’ – the Prophetic Advice that Was Never Heeded Has Come Back to Bite
“We will do all we can to support the fruits of democracy and its outcome. The Madam Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf government can be rest assure that our vision for Liberia does not stop with the CDC, but any government emerging from the will of the people, the big picture is Liberia, and we are committed to Liberia, and Liberia only”.
Liberia: Opposition Leader, George Weah Goes Intellectual, Addresses National Issues on ‘Destiny Debaters’
“Now it seems the former football icon is determined to prove his critics wrong that despite his education acquired believed that he still lacks the depth to run a country and has since taken to Liberian traditional intellectual spots and cyber portals, beginning with the famous Hatayae spot, where young Liberian minds gather to discuss issues and developments affect the social fabric of their homeland and yesterday Mr. Weah took to the popularly growing “Destiny Debaters”, where he addressed a variety of national issues affecting his country and people”.
“Irrefutable source deep in the Urey’s campaign revealed their presidential hopeful was abandoning his plan to lead the opposition Congress for Democratic Change party because of irreconcilable differences evolving the negotiation and party infighting emanating from other partisans not in tune with Mr Urey taking over their party”.
Liberia: Showdown in Senate Race, Another Soccer Icon, James “Salinsa” Debbah Cast Lot.
“Speaking to The NewDawn via mobile phone on Sunday, Debbah disclosed that he’s strongly considering the option of testing his popularity with the Liberian people, who for more than a decade like Weah brought them joy from the field of play.
According to him, no final decision yet, but he was currently holding series of consultations with major political parties, including the ruling Unity Party and the Liberty Party, which he supported separately in two national elections”.
Liberia: Young Senatorial Candidate, Benjamin Sanvee Gets Big Endorsement from Liberty Party Leader, Cllr. Charles Brumskine
Liberia: Young Senatorial Candidate, Benjamin Sanvee Gets Big Endorsement from Liberty Party Leader, Cllr. Charles Brumskine.
Failed to Defend Trade of Standard Bearership: Liberia’s Opposition CDC Party Backs off Last Minute, No-Show on Talkshow with Publisher
Failed to Defend Trade of Standard Bearership: Liberia’s Opposition CDC Party Backs off Last Minute, No-Show on Talkshow with Publisher.
Failed to Defend Trade of Standard Bearership: Liberia’s Opposition CDC Party Backed off Last Minute, No-Show on Talkshow with Publisher
“Barely few minutes to the start of the show after the online news publisher and Managing Editor appeared on the talkshow, the Liberian opposition party USA Chapter, Vice Chairman Arthur Zakama, phoned the host, Jeroy Cummings to inform him that he could not sustain his commitment to appear on the program along with ‘The New Dispensation’ publisher because he could not get green light from the party’s US Chairman and that the party was carrying on in-house discussions to get grip of the paper’s publication and in due course the party will come up with its position”.
“Barely a week after football icon and Peace Ambassador, George Weah, leader of Liberia’s leading opposition party announced in the United States last weekend at his party’s United States chapter leadership conference that he will run for Senate for Montserrado County, Mayor Mary Broh, City Mayor of Monrovia, Liberia’s capitol is to shortly her intention also to run for Montserrado County Senate in 2014″.
From the Presidency to Senate: George Weah Ends Speculations, Throws in Hat for 2014 Senatorial Race
“He is a football icon, George Weah, FIFA former “World Best” who turned politician by coincidence as his country got caught up in a long civil war and fragmented necessitating the hope for a leader who would bring the country into one fold the various cleavages which permeated his country.
The UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador who mesmerized his countrymen on the soccer pitch even during the peak of the country civil war came to relevance in his country politics even though he was a neophyte coming from the soccer pitch and brushed off the sweat from the playing pitch and hurriedly hung up his football boots and trading his jersey for coat suits and ties and haphazardly catapulted unto the political stage hoping in desperation that he could hold his country together knowing that soccer is a unifying force in the country and if he could win the 2005 Presidential elections after 14 years of war, Liberia could re-gain its stability”.