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“I Am Your Right Choice” …Weah Entreats Margibians To Vote Him

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By: E. Geedahgar Garsuah

MONROVIA: As the appeals for votes by various candidates in the ensuing Presidential and Legislative polls intensify, incumbent President George Mannah Weah of the ruling Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC) led government has graded himself as the best and most suitable person to occupy the Presidency for now.

Speaking to thousands of partisans, supporters and well-wishers at the jam packed Nancy B. Doe Sports Stadium in Kakata City, Margibi County, yesterday, President Weah told the jubilant and gigantic crowd that he is the right choice for the nation’s highest seat comes October 10.

He told the gathering of Margibians comprising students, marketers, creative artists and prominent citizens among many others that his quest for a second term presidency is to ensure he leaves a legacy of transformative development for the current and succeeding generations of Liberians.

The CDC Standard-bearer bragged of massive development programs and impactful projects implemented under his stewardship as President of Liberia in the past five years.

At the same time, Weah, a former global soccer Legend turned politician, committed himself to continue on such developmental path if Margibians afford him the opportunity for a second six-year term by voting him in October.

“If you give me another six years, I can do more than what I have done in the past five years,” the Liberian leaders said, while stating that his (Weah) quest for a second shot at the Presidency is to ensure an improved living conditions for the vast majority of ordinary people across the country.

Weah: “This struggle is about the ordinary people. This is our time, this is our moment, and lets seize it so Liberia can gain higher heights.”

According to President Weah, the current waves of development in his first term which include roads construction, education, healthcare, rehabilitation of youths, are just a tip of the iceberg, urging Margibians to brace themselves for massive development projects and programs in his second six-year constitutional term.

President Weah appreciated Margibians for always standing by him since his debut in national politics as far back as during 2005 Presidential and Legislative elections.

President Weah: “I want to say thank you for all you are doing for us by reposing your trust and confidence in us.”

At the same time, the CDC strongman politically rallied support for former Minister of State for Presidential Affairs, and Ex-Chief of his(Weah’s) Office Staff, Nathaniel Falo McGill, who running on the ticket of the ruling CDC for Margibi County’s Senatorial seat in the October polls.

According to President Weah, with the election of McGill to the Liberian Senate, Margibi County stands to benefit from enormous number of people-centered development initiatives during the course of his second term Presidency.

“I want you to join me and vote for our brothers, Nathaniel McGill and Emmanuel Yeala, so they can join me and move Liberia and Margibi County,” President Weah pleaded with voters.

President Weah and his 2023 Campaign Entourage arrived in Margibi on Wednesday, August 30, 2023, in continuation of nationwide campaign tour.

Speaking earlier, CDC’s Margibi Campaign Chairman, Chief Cyril Allen, who is also former Chairman of the erstwhile ruling National Patriotic Party (NPP), assured President Weah of the County’s resolve and commitment to cast their ballots in his favor.

Chief Allen assured President Weah that CDC has traveled to all parts of the County with a 45- man team that visited each district, encouraging the electorate to vote CDC, whether rain or shine come 10, October.

Margibi’s Student Community and first time voters, through their respective representatives, pledged the support to the reelection of President, McGill and others running on the CDC tickets.

According to the first time voters, President Weah’s development successes placed him far above all contenders for the Liberian Presidency.

Also speaking at the program, MARGIBI County Youth Representative, Abu Fofana, lauded President Weah for his commitment to improve Liberia for the benefit of all and sundry.

Fofana, however, appealed to the President Weah for construction of a recreation park, similar to the modern Invincible Park he built in Monrovia, the country’s Capital.

He also requested President Weah to ensure the pavement of feeder roads in Kakata and the rehabilitation of the youth center, in addition to the numeral development programs he implemented in many parts of Marbigi.

For his part, CDC’s Margibi Senatorial Candidate, Nathaniel McGill, assured Margibians that the County is poised to experience massive improvements relative to infrastructure, education, and healthcare when he is elected to the Liberian Senate, and President Weah as President.

McGill envisaged a new Margibi under his leadership as Senator while rallying Margibians to unflinchingly support President Weah’s reelection bid.

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