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Gongloe Predicts Weah’s Governance If…

The Liberian People’s Party (LPP) presumed presidential hopeful, Tiawan Saye Gongloe, says President George Weah’s will be a disaster in terms of governance when given a second term.
He said at the moment the country is gradually slipping away thereby returning to the ugly past of various regimes where the rule of law as well as law and order are not being respected, making the population hopeless in terms of finding redress.
Gongloe made the comments in the United States where he has been meeting key members of Team Gongloe, the Liberian community and Liberian radicals including human rights campaigners, political activists and members of his own Movement for Justice in Africa (MOJA).
Others are the Liberian People’s Party (LPP) USA chapters as well as some prominent figures of both past and present regimes in Liberia and well-wishers.
He is on a three months tour in the United States selling himself to his compatriots and Americans on the basis of his public service record which speaks volume for him.
Gongloe believes though he may not be the only qualified person in terms of education, but he is the most suitable person with impeccable character and integrity who Liberians can trust.
He strongly indicated that he is only person who can redeem Liberia from its present predicament mainly whenever it comes to the fight against waste and abuse but most so, corruption and poverty reduction.
On Friday and Saturday, May 27-28, Gongloe will hold town hall meetings with the Friends of Gongloe, its Board Of Directors and coordinators and also attend the convention of the United Nimba Citizens’ Council (UNICCO).
Today, he will be holding a teleconference with the Friends of Gongloe while on Sunday, May 29, the Liberian community including their churches will hold an intercessory prayer service for the presidential hopeful in Ohio after which there will be a meeting with Team Gongloe of the North Dakota branch.
Meanwhile, Gongloe’s month-long town hall meetings will be held in Minnesota, Philadelphia, Staten Island, Trenton Town, Boston and Washington DC, among others will begin from June 10 to July 10 before his departure to the motherland.

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