Saah Joseph elected CDC candidate for the upcoming Senatorial bi-election in Montserrado County.

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The political popularity of the ruling Party will be tested in the coming Senatorial bi-election in Montserrado County soon.
After an open political process the party on April 2,2017 elected district thirteen Representative Saah Joseph as their Senatorial candidate on the CDC ticket.
Joseph won on white ballot after Representative Acarous Gray pull out of the process.
Gray decision he noted was in the spirit of party discipline and unity.
Delivering his acceptance speech the district 13 representative promised to work in the interest of his people.
He assured his partisans that their plights will always be paramount under his leadership.
As evidence of his pledge Joseph committed himself to providing additional three buses to the public in a move to ease the transportation challenge the people go through on a daily basis.
Youth empowerment through skills training will be among his key priorities he added.
Currently Hon. Joseph told CDcians that he has secured about ten acres of land in Mount Barclay to help build the vocational home of young people across the country.
Joseph has been branded across Liberia as Ebola hero due to his tirelessly efforts and health related services made during the Ebola virus crisis in 2014.
Also speaking at the program were the chair of the CDC Mulbah Morlu and City Mayor Jefferson Koijee both commended Saah Joseph on his election victory.
They promised to work along with Representative Joseph to ensure the ruling party maintains its seat which became vacant after the election victory of George Weah as President of Liberia.
In brief remarks Commerce Minister Wilson Tarpeh encouraged his partisans to prove to the world that Montserrado County is their political ground and strong hole.
The pending Senatorial bi- election appears to be a political test to prove the numeral strength of the

party.

Meanwhile few individuals have been named on the campaign team for the election to include: Jefferson Koijee, Archie Bonard, Garblah Williams and many others.

Until the National Elections Commission can announced the calender of events for the bi election the ruling party has already taken the lead by naming her candidate to show her preparedness to the democratic process soon.