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MOVEE Relieves Kemayah As Political Leader

By Bill W. Cooper

The Movement for Economic Empowerment (MOVEE) has rid Dee-Maxwell Saah Kemayah, Jr. of the position of political leader for being party-indiscipline.
The decision was reached by the party’s delegates at its just ended second national convention held in New Kru Town over the weekend following unanimous votes cast regarding his inability and delinquency in administering the day-to-day activities of the Party.
MOVEE’s Constitution states among other things that a chairperson assumes the position of political leader when there is no political leader at a given time and being that Mr. Kemayah served in the position of its chairperson, he automatically became the political leader of the Party following the suspension of Dr. Mills Jones as a mandate from its Executive Committee.
However, the delegates at the convention recognized that the decision to relieve Mr. Kemayah of his position in the party was taken by highest decision making body of the party therefore it is binding and takes immediate effect.
The party delegates explained that since the ascendency of Mr. Kemayah as the chairperson of the party and his subsequent entry into government, he has demonstrated total disrespect for the Party’s constitution as well as lack of interest in the improvement and forward match of the part.
The delegates further accused Mr. Kemayah of being highly involved with activities of the ruling Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC) than his own political party adding, “We, as party executives, see this act by our political leader as an affront and total disregard of the party’s constitution and policies.”
They added, “With such act being exhibited by Mr. Kemayah as our Political leader, he can no longer be trusted with any political activities of the MOVEE owing to the fact that he now serves as one of the cabinet members of President Weah’s regime.”
The National Convention also overwhelmingly agreed to arrest and sue some of its former and current partisans whom according them are illegally in possession of several of the party’s properties.

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