Pres. Weah is a clean man and does not believe in violence -Says CDC’s Chairman Morlu at Weah 2023 Re-election Strategy Program

Pres. Weah is a clean man and does not believe in violence -Says CDC’s Chairman Morlu at Weah 2023 Re-election Strategy Program

The National Chairman of the ruling Coalition for Democratic Change(CDC) has uprightly said the CDC’ Standard Bearer and President George Manneh Weah is a clean man integrally, politically and he’s decent man in the contemporary history of the country.

‘‘Those that continue to throw lies around about President Weah are living in falsehood; President Weah is a clean man who does not believe in violence, Mulbah Morlu asserted.
Speaking in Gbarnga, Bong County central Liberia on Friday, September 16, 2022, Mr. Morlu said, as being speculated by some political actors, are attempting to seam his first partisan character with falsehood.
“There are some political actors attempting to seam the character of our standard bearer with lies, falsehood and misinformation, our president is a man of peace and tolerance. Those are making up things know the facts but they pretending because of politics,” he said.
‘’CDC did not come to power by violence instead through a certified democratic means, the party is led by peace icon, President Weah as global aspiration as a man of peace and a man of violence. President Weah did not build his career out of violence. He had ever supported war; he had done all things peacefully. I have never seen a political struggle built on violence that prevails. The worse violence war ended on the table of dialogue. Violence only gets violence. Bloodshed only gets bloodshed. But a revolutionary CDCian cannot be violent in politics; it is time to accept those who made mistakes to reconsider them. We must be tolerant throughout our political and social lives,” he stated.
According to him, as leaders, one must always walk away from violence and build a party principles and to have people gearing toward the CDC, saying as leaders of the party they are accountable to the people they serve.
Providing the importance of the retreat, Chairman Morlu pointed out that the leadership of the party, following several consultations, realized that the CDC, which is a conglomeration of the National Patriotic Party, the Liberian People Democratic Party and the Congress for Democratic Change, needs engagement with the people and to redevelop method of unity.
Mr. Morlu explained that the leadership of the ruling establishment took a decision to dissolve its structures both at local and international level, but with understanding of restructuring and reorganizing all departments for progressive engagement and to make it effective.
‘‘When the decision was taken by the national executive committee of the ruling establishment to dissolve all leadership, it created noise but the CDC is not a political party that is distracted by noise so, the decision of the leadership stands but today the exercise has reached its completion. After months in the United States, all structures there were restructured through a democratic means, followed by engagement at counties’ level. The national leadership headed by him made several trips throughout the counties for the sole purpose restructuring and reorganizing the local leadership. The strength of the CDC is from the people in the communities, counties and those many considered ‘masses’ they are owner of the CDC. So, any decision making affecting the leadership of the CDC they are consulted,” Mr. Morlu intoned.
‘‘The activities of the CDC slowdown for some period because some local leaders at the time had overstayed, some were over relaxed, while some had travel or had being engaged into national politics through government’s appointment, but the CDC being a focused political and revolutionary establishment double its engagement by restructuring all departments, leagues and the entire leadership ahead of the 2023 Presidential and Legislative elections.The convergence of the party’s leadership in central region of Gbarnga Bong County is as a result of the restructuring of local leadership, terming the newly officers as problems solvers, committed and diehard partisans who are willing to sacrifice all it takes to redeeming the political points and achievement of the CDC ahead of the 2023 race which the President George Manneh Weah is seeking reelection.’’
According to him, the last weekend event under the banner of ‘Coalition for Democratic Change’s Gbarnga retreat 2022’, bearing the theme; ‘reinforcing the patriotic mandate, Weah 2023, Reelection strategy’.
The responsibility of the newly elected local leadership is to ensure that President Weah and his Vice President Jewel Howard- Taylor get reelected in 2023, adding that those elected at the party’s level are achievers and who first priority is ensure total victory for the CDC.

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