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“Pres. Weah is ‘Unmatched’ in Ensuing Presidential Race”-Cllr. Gbala

by Francis Pelenah Jr,

MONROVIA, LIBERIA-The Coalition for Democratic Change, (CDC) National Campaign Spokesman has declared President George Weah “unmatched” in the ensuing Presidential Race, due to his political and development records in the last five years.

Cllr. Kanio Bai Gbala maintained that President Weah is the most successful Liberian Leader since 1847, as evidenced by his achievements.

Cllr. Gbala cited key achievements such as the pavement of over 500km of roads, the establishment of Liberia’s first Dialysis Center at the John F. Kennedy Memorial Hospital, free tuition at public universities, and the opening of Liberia’s first oxygen plant in five years as groundbreaking and unmatched.

Cllr. Gbala was speaking over the weekend when he appeared as a guest alongside other members of the Weah Intellectual Movement at the Concern Intellectual Association on VP Road in Paynesville City.

Cllr. Kanio Bai Gbala said: “Ordinary Liberians whose lives have gotten better as a result of President Weah’s policies will repay him with a massive first-round victory in October.”

Meanwhile, the Liberia People Democratic Party (LPDP) says President George Weah and Vice President Jewel Howard-Taylor are true patriots of progressive development in Liberia.

A release quotes the Party’s National Chairman, Dee Wa Hne, as saying under their leadership, Liberia has experienced tremendous growth and development in various sectors of the country.

Mr. Wa Hne named the ongoing construction of roads across the country, electricity, health, and education, among others, are helping to better the livelihood of Liberians.

He said:” Amid such development initiatives, the LPDP is joining ranks with other constituent parties to support President Weah’s second term bid.”

Mr. Dee Wa Hne disclosed that the Party will go out to ensure a resounding one-round victory for President Weah in the October 10 Elections.

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