Expelled CDC Partisan, Madam Jamima Wolokollie Expelled CDC Partisan, Madam Jamima Wolokollie

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The National Executive Committee of the Congress for Democratic Change(CDC), pursuant to the outcome of its Grievance and Ethics initiative, as submitted on 10 June 2020, has with immediate effect expelled Madam Jemima Wolokollie from the CDC.

The expulsion of Madam Wolokollie comes after an earlier action of suspension for alleged fraud, extortion, corruption, and her role in a “fake loan scheme”. “These allegations, despite the preponderance of the evidence, were nonetheless carefully adjudicated and fairly tried consistent with best practice; which finds Madam Wolokollie GUILTY as CHARGED, and lacking moral worth to maintain membership with the CDC,” a press release issued in Monrovia on July 1, 2020 by the National Executive Committee of the CDC asserted.

“The NEC’s endorsement of the Grievance and Ethics report expunging Madam Wolokollie’s membership mirrors the party’s sternness against unwholesome actions or utterances that impugn the integrity of the Congress for Democratic Change. With justice now fully served, the party considers a complete closure to this repugnant chapter, which has only strengthened the CDC’s resolve, unity and unequivocal response against acts of lawlessness,” the press release further asserted.At the same time, the leadership of the CDC has lauded President George MannehWeah for the dismissal of expelled partisan Wolokolie, hailing the decision as timely and an important step reasserting his disapproval of improper conducts in the sphere of governance.

At the same time, minutes after her dismissal by President Weah, former Deputy Minister for Small Business at the Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Madam Wolokollie has said she has no regret for her utterance.Madam Wollokollie, who took to facebook minutes after her dismissal from government, indicated that her outbursts were intended to expose ills both at the government and party levels, and such, she doesn’t care whether dismissed or not.“If by expressing my views about the wrongs within our party, Congress for Democratic Change, has warrant my dismissal, then so be it. I have no regret,” she posted.

The Liberian leader Tuesday, June 30, 2020 dismissed Deputy Minister Wolokollie for what he termed as “actions incompatible with her status as a senior government official.”Dismissed Wolokollie has been in the center of series ontroversies both in government and at the party levels, with the latest being a stinging attack on fellow partisan, Thomas P. Fallah, when she appeared on the OK FM early morning show on Monday.With specific reference to the recent donation of motorbikes by the Montserrado County Electoral District #5 Representative,she described gesture as act of deception to lure the poor voters.




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