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Weah Challenges CDCians On Senatorial Elections

By Alex Yomah
President George Manneh Weah has threatened to take administrative action against any partisan irrespective of position that will not vote the party in the ensuing elections.
“some of you people are members of the coalition but have chosen to fight the party by not supporting our candidates. I want to let you know that you will face the consequence of your action on Dec 8,” president Weah Threatens.
Addressing scores of partisans during the official Campaign Launch of CDC’s Senatorial candidate in Bong County, Henry Yallah, President Weah expressed resentments calling on those involved to desist while mandating partisans to vote all CDC’s candidates.
The Liberian leader who was seen in an irritated mood indicated that any member of the coalition that fails to canvass and vote for the party, the party will take administrative action against that person.
He then called on all CDC’s partisans in Bong County to go all out to vote Senator Henry Yallah, indicating that he’s the party’s choice.
The Liberian leader further stated that the CDC government cannot brag of any achievement without mentioning the name Henry Yallah.
The Liberian leader’s statement was in an apparent reference to Vice President Jewel Howard Taylor who is said to have been absent at many ruling political rallies.
Since the CDC endorsed current Senator Henry Yallah in Bong county, the Vice President who hails from Bong County is yet to endorse her party’s decision but called on supporters in the county to go their separate ways because she has not decided to support anyone in the midterm election.
Reports says, the Vice President has not openly declared support for any candidate but all her supporters, campaign teams have endorsed independent candidate Menipakei Dumore, the candidate who vowed to ensure former President Charles Taylor be set free from the Hague-where he is imprisoned for 50 years.
For his part, Senator Henry Yallah expressed gratitude to the party for the level of support given him and assured that he will work along with his colleagues in the Senate to ensure that bills emanating from the Executive that are in the interest of the country sail through.

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