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CDC Sets September 7For Official Campaign

By Bill W. Cooper
The Chairman of the ruling Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC), Mulbah K. Morlu, has announced September 7, 2023 as the date officially set for its national campaign rally launch.
Addressing a major news conference Monday, August 14, 2023 at the CDC headquarters in Congo Town, Morlu said the nationwide activities will be held in Central Monrovia, with a specific center point at the Antoinette Tubman Stadium.
He termed the day as the “Operation Octopus”, disclosing that thousands of bitter bulbs, pepper sellers and shoe shiners will come out in their mass numbers.
According to him, the rally will be recorded as the final, biggest, and goodbye gathering for President George Weah, adding that Liberians will say thanks to the Liberian leader for his re-election.
Mr. Mulbah Morlu has however admonished all partisans of the CDC across the country and in the diaspora, to demonstrate their love on the day, revealing that the national campaign rally of the ruling establishment will officially close its activities on October 8, 2023.
Mulbah Morlu also averred that as no political soldier within the CDC is being left behind, no soldier will equally be left behind in a CDC led-government.
At the same time, the Chair lauded the National Campaign Manager for the CDC 2023 Victory Campaign Team for coordinating all activities across the country, and indicated that Mr. Lenn Eugene Nagbe has well structured, coordinated, and is executing the jobs as expected by the National Executive Committee.
Meanwhile, the CDC chairman has reiterated calls for members and supporters of the CDC to desist from all forms of electoral violence and maintain the peaceful nature of the party.
He noted that the ruling establishment has always been associated with peace, and as such, all partisans should at all times create space for those in the opposition to freely express themselves.
Mulbah Morlu said it is very important for all CDCians to follow such a mandate, especially when the party’s standard bearer, President George Weah, is poised to again win the presidential election on October 10, 2023.
He averred that the opposition community is on a mission to provoke CDCians into violence so as to result the October 10, 2023 presidential and legislative elections in instability, on grounds that they cannot win the elections.
According to him, President George Weah is nationally and globally recognized for maintaining the peace and stability of Liberia, something he said the Liberian leader has kept even when he reportedly got cheated in the 2005 elections.
He stressed that all partisans are mandated to keep all eyes on securing the re-elections of President Weah, and all senatorial and representative candidates contesting on the CDC political ticket across the country this year.
At the same time, Mulbah Morlu has called on all partisans of the party who may be involved with the tearing down of opposition candidates’ flyers to desist.
He emphasized that the destruction of opposition candidates’ political banners is not the will of the Coalition for Democratic Change, and stressed that CDCians are determined to move into the trenches and engage into political war across the country, by engaging citizens about the development of President Weah and not destroying political flyers.
He added that the party is poised to win the 2023 elections on a first round victory as has been protected, and as such, there is no room for complacency.
Morlu noted that the argument centering around the impossibility of the CDC winning on the first round has been nipped in the bud, and added that it is because the CDC has implemented unmatched developments in all parts of the 15 political sub-divisions of the country.

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