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Cummings Rallies Liberians To Register, Vote

Hundreds of residents of Gbengbar Town along the Roberts International Airport Highway, on Saturday, February 25, joined in a special program dedicated to the honor of the Standard Bearer of the Collaborating Political Parties (CPP), Alexander B. Cummings.
The program, which marked the 55th birth anniversary of Mr. Momo Sambolah, brought together elders, women and youth groups, and town chiefs, who interacted and expressed words of appreciations to the CPP Standard Bearer.
Mr. Cummings, accompanied by CPP stalwarts including Montserrado County Senatorial Aspirant Victoria Koiquah and Representative aspirant Martin Kollah, expressed appreciation to Mr. Sambolah for the special honour on his birthday.
Cummings urged residents of Gbengbar Town and surrounding communities to muster the courage to register and vote in the pending general and presidential elections slated for October 10 this year.
The CPP Standard Bearer rallied residents to support his Presidential bid, with assurance that a Cummings administration will institute major changes that will better the lives of the suffering masses.
He spoke of the provisions of reliable electricity, pipe-borne water, improved health care delivery services, and good roads, all of which citizens have decried years of government neglect.
Cummings pleaded with Liberians to believe in him and support his Presidential bid come October 10, and reassured them of his sincere commitment to institute real change that will improve the living standards of the Liberian people.

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