MONROVIA – Grand Bassa County Superintendent Janjay Baikpeh has vowed to deliver the County to the coalition for democratic change in the pending 2023 polls. According to Supt. Baikpeh thought Grand Bassa belongs to the opposition liberty party, he noted that the county will fall to the CDC. Supt. Baikpeh said the decision is a result of many development initiatives carried out by the Weah regime since its ascendency in 2018.
Prior to the elections in October, the Grand Bassa County Superintendent warned Liberians to avoid mob violence. The CDC stalwart stated that resorting to mob violence should never be the solution to resolving any disagreement during an election season.
Superintendent Janjay Baikpeh made the statement when he addressed scores of MICAT reporters on Thursday, February 16, 2023, at the Ministry of Information, Culture, Arts, and Tourism in Monrovia.
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