The Coalition for Democratic Change has announced December 17, 2022, as the date set for the national endorsement of its Standard Bearer.
Making the pronouncement on Wednesday, July 20, 2022, the party said the endorsement of President George Weah is based on the trust and confidence reposed in him to lead Liberia for the next six years.
According to the ruling establishment, its Standard Bearer has demonstrated a high level of deliverables that made him worth political endorsement for the presidency twice.
Addressing a news conference at its party headquarters, CDC told journalists that Liberia under Weah’s administration is “gradually getting there”, something that is “worth being celebrated.
In the party statement through its Chairman Mulbah Molu, the one-day endorsement will be held at the SKD sports complex in Paynesville.
According to Chairman Molu, Liberia will witness another “huge convergence and conglomeration of the mass-based movement” to reaffirm its commitment of support to President George Weah to contest for the second term in the 2023 general elections.
The one-day activity which is expected to be held at the Liberia National Sports arena on December 17, 2022, will speak volumes to about political sensitivity of the party’s readiness for the general elections.
CDC Chairman Mulbah Molu alluded to the party’s loyalty to the masses “from where it generated” before taking power.
As part of the execution of the endorsement, Chairman Molu named key personalities of the party who will lead the day to its success.
He named Senator Saah Joseph, Mayor Jefferson Koijee, Representative Thomas Fallah, and Minister Nathaniel McGill who will lead major committees in ensuring the successfulness of the endorsement ceremony on December 17, 2022.
Others include but are not limited to Dixon Seebo and other party stewards and leaders that are given the responsibility to implement the event.
Meanwhile, the Chairman of the ruling establishment has warned against drug abuse and the consumption of harmful substances.
The CDC Party Chairman said the abuse of drugs and consumption of harmful substances is destroying the minds of young people and needs rapid intervention.
According to him, “This is negative vice that is destroying the lives and future of young Liberians”.
This, Mr. molu cautioned partisans and non-partisans especially young people to desist “if you should have a good future”.
“This is high time young people take cue of getting into activities that are harmful and unproductive to their lives,” he said.
He at the same admonished CDCians to avoid and prevent violence in the country.
The ruling party administrator added that violence especially during the elections period will hinder the progress of the country’s democracy, peace, and stability.
“Stay away from violence because the party will not support it” he added.