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Thousands turn out to mark Liberty Party’s campaign

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One of the scenes of the of party members that turn up during the weekend at the Liberty Party Campaign launched.
One of the scenes of the of party members that turn up during the weekend at the Liberty Party Campaign launched.

MONROVIA, LIBERIA-The opposition Liberty Party (LP) has officially launched its political campaign in Monrovia, ahead of the October 10, 2017 Presidential and Legislative elections.

The LP’s Standard Bearer, Cllr. Charles Walker Brumskine, told thousands of supporters that the Liberty Party represents the embodiment of the change they yearned for.

Cllr. Brumskine said: “He didn’t win the previous two elections in which he came third and fourth respectively because Liberians believed President Sirleaf could do better”.

The Political leader of the Liberty Party spoke Saturday, September 9, 2017 at the official launched of the party’s Montserrado County campaign termed as the Green Day, which was attended by several of thousands of party members, supporter and sympathizers.

He however said being disappointed by the government failure to address the many concerns and needs of the Liberian people, Cllr. Brumskine asked Liberians to give him the mandate for him to be their President.

The LP Standard Bearer promised to cut his salary and those of his vice and cabinet ministers by 30 per cent and asked the Lawmakers to do sane to enable government provides free education under the Liberty Party Government.

He said: “It is time to take government money from the big shots and invest it in the average Liberians to cater to the free education of all our Liberian children”.

The Presidential hopeful, Cllr. Brumskine vowed to effect the needed political change that will benefit all Liberians and promised to give retirement benefits for old people who live in the interior.

 


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