Liberty Party Gets New Members

Mr. Romeo Quah , Liberty New member

By: Angel Peters (Intern)

The opposition Liberty Party has received four political stakeholders in the Liberian society as their new members.

They are District #1 Grand Bassa County Representative, Hans Barchue who served as former Deputy Speaker of Liberia , Madam Roslyn Sneh, former Superintendent of  Grand Kru County, Mr. Romeo Quah, Former Superintendent Sinoe County, and Mr. Trokon Hills.

Speaking during the acceptance of new members Monday July 1, 2020, Montserrado County Senator Abraham D. Dillon said, the members who joined the party are very influential and will pool lots of votes during elections.

Senator Dillon described the party’s new members as qualified people. “Not just four, but the quality of the four, each of these person can bring a whole district.” He said.

Some of the LP new members including Roslyn Sneh , Romeo Quah  contested in previous elections and came very close to winning their respective county seats, why Representative Hans Barchue won twice in Grand Bassa county as an independent candidate.

Mr. Dillon added that losing does not mean that they cannot build to do better next time.

Senator Abraham D. Dillon

Using himself as an example, Senator Darius Dillon narrated that he also contested before and did not win and did not give up, but rather pull the trigger until he got good results. “Just because somebody contested before and did not win does not mean that they cannot build and do better for the next time.” He said.

The Senator stated that adding a new member with integrity and  honesty to the Liberian Senate will adds more value to the Senate because they will work in the interest of the Liberian people.

Senator Dillon also said that, he has freedom of association and clarified to reporters that there is no brutality in politics.

Concluding on issues, the Senator told KMTV and other reporters that the Senate has no complaint against him. “There is no complaint against me before the Liberian Senate.” Says senator Dillon. Instructing reporters, the senator told them to go and read rule 23 of the constitution of Liberia for better understanding.