The race for the representative seat of District fifteen Montserrado County is increasingly getting competitive with all sides making massive use of the campaign period.
On Thursday the ruling establishment through its political leader George Weah led an array of high power delegation of the Coalition for Democratic Change and marched into district fifteen Montserrado as a way of showing its numerical strength as well as additional support for its candidate Abu Kamara.
Political songs, slogans and dances among others characterized the political tour within the district.
The CDC’s candidate for district fifteen Montserrado County, Abu Kamara marched along with his political leader from Logan Town Broad Street through Caldwell, waving his handkerchief as well as wearing his usual smiles, calling on his people to make the right decision.
Abu is no stranger to the district having contested the previous election but lost to the deceased representative Adolp Lawrence.
However, he has over the period kept his political dream alive by working with the people of the district by undertaking some developmental projects under his ADI, non-governmental organization initiative among others.
On the other hand, political pundits say the ruling party appears to be under pressure from the opposition block to ensure a victory in Montserrado County as the contrary maybe a testimony that it is getting unpopular among the masses.
According to the political leader of the CDC George Weah,Montserrado County is their strong hold as such partisans of the party should do everything possible to ensure they prove supremacy by winning the bi-elections on July 8, 2019.
Meanwhile, Main opposition candidate Telia Urey is desperate for the representative seat of District fifteen Montserrado County as a means of proving contrary, the ruling establishment’s claimed popularity in Montserrado County.
As the crucial political examination time draws nearer, all political hands are on desk to ensure a perfect victory in July.
So far the campaign exercise as being advice by the NEC is peaceful and civil as all candidates and supporters are discussing the issues and encouraging eligible voters to see the need to elect them to the 54th national legislature in a move to fill the vacancy left behind as a result of the deaths of Former Representative Adolph Lawrence of District fifteen Montserrado County and Former Senator Geraldine Doe Sheriff of Montserrado County.