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Teachers, Youth Groups Back Cummings Presidency

Over 200 Teachers of the Paynesville Teachers Association and nearly 200 youths of the Conscience Minded Youths For Real Change have pledged their unflinching support for the Presidential bid of Alexander Cummings, and vowed to rally Liberians to ensure victory for the Collaborating Political Parties (CPP), come October 10.
In separate statements of support, the Spokesperson for the Paynesville Teachers Association said they are ardent admirers and support the CPP Standard Bearer’s quest to improve the educational system through training and adequate compensations for teachers and staff.
The teachers lauded Aspirant Cummings for his single greatest commitment to increasing financial support to education on his election as President, and pledged to mobilize both teachers and students in support of the CPP. The Leadership of the Conscience Minded Youths For Real Change spoke of the dire need for real and genuine change that will improve the living conditions of down-trodden citizens.
The Youths expressed confidence in the professional integrity of Cummings and ranked him as the best and most suitable Presidential candidate, capable of resuscitating the ailing economy through massive job creation.
The group also promised to rally other youths and canvas vigorously for the election of the CPP Standard Bearer, whom they believe, is the most qualified and competent amongst the 19 Presidential contenders in the 2023 race for the Executive Mansion. The Conscience Minded Youths For Real Change are all Executive members of the Council of Patriots (COP) grass root movement of activist, Henry P. Costa.
Receiving the statement of support on behalf of the CPP Standard Bearer Alex Cummings, Montserrado County Campaign Chairman, George Wisner, expressed gratitude to members of the Paynesville Teachers Association and the Conscience Minded Youths For Real Change for their decision to mobilize support for Cummings’ Presidential bid in October.
Wisner presented each member with a CPP t-shirt as a symbolic gesture of their acceptance and welcome to the CPP in its journey and political struggle to vote out the inept administration of President George Weah on October 10. He urged members of the two groups, as well as all Liberians, to join the CPP Victory Rally slated for October 1, at the Antoinette Tubman Stadium in Monrovia.
The Montserrado County Campaign Chairperson spoke of the excitement amongst Liberians and the massive preparation, momentum, and buildup, to ensure a successful victory rally, which he said will mark the beginning of real and genuine change in Liberia.

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