MONROVIA – Cllr. Charlyne M. Brumskine, daughter of the founder and first standard bearer of the Liberty Party (LP), the late Cllr. Charles Walker Brumskine has declared her intention to contest as representative of District #3, Grand Bassa County in 2023 on the ticket of the Liberty Party/Collaborating Political Parties (LP/CPP) under the Chairmanship of Mr. Musa Hassan Bility, and has written an official communication to the party through Secretary General Martin Saye Kollah of her decision.
“After prayerful and careful consideration, and lengthy deliberations with my mother, Estelle V. Brumskine, the widow of the Late Cllr. Charles Walker Brumskine, my fiancé, Mr. Charles C. Dennis, my brothers, Mr. Charles W. Brumskine and Mr. Walker P. L. Brumskine, my children and extended members of the Brumskine family, as well as members of the Liberty Party, we have decided that this is the right decision at this time.
“We believe that a duty is owed to the people of Grand Bassa County, Partisans of Liberty Party and the legacy of the Late Cllr. Charles Walker Brumskine to serve the interest of the residents of District 3, Grand Bassa County.
“We know that this was a dream that Cllr. Brumskine had all of his life—to fight for the amelioration of the lives of our people. I share a similar dream and wish to employ all skills, blessings and resources to improve the lives of our people in Grand Bassa County”, she said.
She said her political, legal and economic contributions to the party and the country are vast and cannot easily be enumerated in the letter. She said during the 2017 National Presidential Elections, she was a key Political Advisor to the late Cllr. Charles Walker Brumskine and also the Chair of the Auxiliaries Committee, in which capacity she managed well over 100 national and local auxiliary groups positioned to support the presidential election of Cllr. Brumskine (the Late).
Ms Brumskine, who is affectionately referred to as “Small Brumskine” said in recent time she launched a one million Liberian dollars educational fund for students from Grand Bassa County, through The Brumskine Family Foundation (BFF), adding that the BFF, under her leadership also donated $75,000.00 to the Bassa Government Hospital as immediate financial support following the most recent fire. “We have also provided tremendous financial support to the athletic teams in the county as well as legal support to many of our citizens”, she said.
“Outside of my political involvement, I am serving my country in the legal field. I own and manage one of the fastest growing and most reputable law firms, CMB Law Group; a firm with a strong reputation of innovation, integrity and excellent provision of services. I am also an Assistant Professor of Law at the Louis Arthur Grimes School of law. Moreover, I sit on a number of corporate and not-for-profit boards in Liberia. And most sacred to my heart, I proudly serve as a mentor for many young Liberians. I have been called on by numerous organizations to serve as a motivational speaker, trainer and lecturer for young Liberians. I am honored by and called to service!
“To this end, I hope that the National Executive Committee of the Liberty Party will give its full political, administrative, moral and financial support, as together, we can regain Electoral District 3, Grand Bassa County. Together We Can Do Better!”, the Grand Bassa young aspirant concluded