MONROVIA – The People’s Liberation Party (PLP) has said it has no knowledge or in agreement with the planned “we are Taya Suffering” rally slated for Saturday, December 17, 2022 at the Samuel Kanyon Doe Sports Complex being organized under the auspices of the Collaborating Political Parties (CPP).
In a press release issued yesterday, Thursday, December 15, 2022 by the party and signed by Daniel Gayou, National Secretary General, PLP said in view of the decision, it was calling on all county leaderships, GPC, executives and partisans to distance themselves from the December 17 rally organized by the CPP. “The PLP is not knowledgeable about the protest and wants to categorically deny knowing anything about said protest”, the party said.
“The PLP wants to inform the general public as well that Messrs. David Benitoe and Chernor Jallah are no longer executive members of the PLP and as such cannot make any representation on behalf of the party and have not been instructed by the authority of the party
Let it be noted that Messrs. David Benitoe and Chernoh Jallah are impersonating using their names to represent the party. Therefore, anyone doing business with them will be doing so at their own risk and detriment”
The release further said that PLP as a responsible political party can never entertain such a weak political proceedings without reaching out of the hierarchy of the party instead, the organizers are using “surrogates to gain relevance as the PLP will use it by-laws to expel Benito and Jallah for dragging the party into public disrepute and illegally representing the party in the public.
“It will be the ultimate decision of the Liberian people to make President Weah a one term president come 2023 through the ballot box. The presidential and legislative elections to be held in 2023 will be about securing a better future for Liberians and the unborn generation. This is why the People’s Liberation Party(PLP) is deeply rooted in democratic nationalism—prioritizing the interest of the country and citizens over party and special interest group”, the party concluded.