In his latest social media post, Rep. Gray, who has taken various airways to blast certain officials of President George Manneh Weah’s cabinet, warned that he will no longer protect any member(s) of the Executive in the name of party solidarity whenever they are invited at the Capitol Building, stating that ‘the honeymoon is over’. The Capitol Building is the seat of the National Legislature. He pointed out that the mission of protecting cabinet officials of the CDC was to solidify and get properly seated as there were opposition attacks all over the place.
“The issue of using oversight you are absolutely right and I 100% agreed that we were doing too much in house protecting our own and hoping that some will catch up speedily. The mission was to solidify and get properly seated as there were calorific opposition attacks all over the place,” he asserted. The Montserrado County lawmaker mentioned that despite the opportunities afforded them to serve, few individuals in government were and are more concerned about protecting their image then that of the Government and Presidency.
“I am not escaping taking some of the blames as a face of the CDC and National Leader. The writings are on the walls that the honeymoon is absolutely over and the latitudes given have ended,” the CDC lawmaker warned. “I concede of being guilty of protecting many of our own when they are called to the Capitol and this I take responsibility for as a leader. We are resolved to end it after three years and nothing will change this popular people’s demand,” he continued.
“President Weah has done so much to put many of us in positions of trust and we must not take advantage of such privilege to serve our people and country. The narrative will have to be rewritten once and for all even if it means stepping on toes,” Rep. Gray, among other things, added.