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Bility Places 48-Hour Moratorium On CPP Activities … For Senator Naatehn’s Death

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Monrovia: With great sadness and deep regrets, the Collaborating Political Parties (CPP) has announced the demise of the National Chairman of the Alternative National Congress (ANC), and Gbarpolu County Senator, Daniel F. Naatehn, Sr.

Chairman Naatehn, as he was affectionately called, passed away on Tuesday, August 8, in India, where he had gone to undergo medical treatment, following a brief illness.

The CPP National Chairman, Musah Hassan Bility has, meanwhile, placed a 48-hour moratorium on all CPP political activities, nationwide, in memory of this great fallen hero- ANC National Chairman and CPP Vice Chairman.

Chairman Naatehn joined the Alternative National Congress in 2014 where he was elected Senator, and in 2019, he was elected National Chairman.

As a sign of respect to the ANC/CPP fallen hero, Chairman Bility has directed that the CPP flag, and flags of CPP constituent parties, be flown at half mast at its National Headquarters as well as all political offices, nationwide.

The public will be informed of all further arrangements concerning the return of Chairman Naatehn’s body to Liberia and subsequent planning around his interment.

Meanwhile, CPP Standard Bearer, Alexander Cummings, and Vice Standard Bearer, Cllr. Charlyne Brumskine, have expressed profound sadness about the passing of Senator Naatehn, and have extended their condolences to the Naatehn’s family for a loss so overwhelming.

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