Liberian President George Weah on Friday 27th of November 2020 endorsed former Foreign Affairs Minister and CDC candidate for the senatorial election in Grand Bassa County.
Gbehzohngar Findley the Liberian leader boasted is the right candidate to represent the people of Grand Bassa County at the House of Legislature.
The Liberian President encouraged every citizen to be peaceful as peace is the only way to a successful Liberia, especially during this time of elections.
He appealed to all Liberians to go and vote and after ward go home and wait patiencely for the results.
Mr Weah at the same time encouraged CDC supporters to stand firm and support their government and stop listening and battling with the opposition, “LET THEM DO THE TALKING, AND LET US DO THE WORK.”
Testifying to the good works of the CDC government, President Weah asked the people of Grand Bassa County to look at the work of CDC Grand Bassa County Lawmaker Marker Matthew Joe,commonly known as “Fair play Joe” and vote for Mr Findley.
Mr Weah described the former Foreign Affairs Minister as the architect and engineer of all governmental projects internationally when he was a foreign affairs minister.
The President appealed to citizens of Grand Bassa County to vote for the CDC candidate in quest to work in the interest of the Liberian people.
President Weah assured the people of Bassa that the CDC candidate and former Foreign Affairs Minister as the right person to represent the people of Grand Bassa County at the Senate.
For his part, CDC candidate Gbehzohngar Milton Findley appealed to Basodians to reconcile with one another and stand for unity as it is the best way for the county.
He said, respect for leaders and reconciling will bring changes to the county.
Mr Findley also appealed to potential voters to elect him to power as their Senator.
He promised to help develop the people and the county as their new Senator. The occation was well attended by party top officials including CDC Chairman Mulbah Morlu, Acarous Gray and others. Citizens and residents of Grand Bassa County were well represented including chiefs and traditional leaders.