March 29, 2023

CDC Appointees to Report to Party Headquarters every day after work Rep. Fallah reveals

Monrovia-In order to be ready for President George Weah’s nomination on December 17, 2022, the Coalition for Democratic Change has reportedly determined to issue an executive order directing all presidential appointees in government to report to the CDC headquarters every day after work. Representative Thomas Fallah, the chairman of the CDC’s Presidential Nomination Committee, revealed that President Weah is anticipated to issue this directive with the intention of allowing government personnel to participate in the mobilization process’ planning.

Representative Fallah revealed the information at a late-Wednesday mass gathering of partisans organized at the CDC headquarters in Congo Town. In order to organize the partisans for the nomination ceremony, he claims that a number of important officials, including himself, will travel to the northwest of Liberia, Mulbah Morlu will travel to the southeast, and Andrew Peters would lead a party to Rivercess County. He said Liberians from all over the world, including those in the United States and Australia among others, will be staging similar events simultaneously. Representative Fallah promised the CDC’s national executive committee that he would successfully complete the duty given to him because it was not the first time he had been given such a responsibility.

CDC partisans at the ceremony

Mulbah Morlu, the National Chairman of the Coalition for Democratic Change, made the announcement on behalf of the organization. The dollar rally will be held on November 12, 2022, at the CDC headquarters in Congo Town. He claims that while ordinary CDC members only need to donate one dollar, those who are employed full-time are asked to give more in order to seize control of the nomination ceremony. The dollar rally, according to the CDC National Chairman, is a remembrance of the police raid on the party’s offices on November 7th, when it was in opposition.

CDC Party Chairma, Mulbah Morlu

Morlu asserted that the CDC is a political organization owned and funded by common people because it does not receive funding from government funds. He claimed that people without access to US dollars might still make a significant contribution by giving the equivalent of 150 L$, which would significantly improve the organization’s operations. A cross-section of guests from the public and business sectors as well as Montserrado County and its surroundings attended the program.

Reported by: Augustine Octavius

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