CPP’s VSB Brumskine Excites Bassa Base “What Huge Respect Awaits Bassaland One of Her Own Elected VP of Liberia,” She Says


MONROVIA: About 48 hours to election day, the Vice Standard Bearer of the Collaborating Political Parties (CPP), Counsellor Charlyne Brumskine, has made a final passionate plea to citizens of Grand Bassa County, her homeland, to remain steadfast in their support in ensuring that Grand Bassa ascend to the second highest position in Liberia.

Charlyne’s father, fallen astute Liberian lawyer Charles Walker Brumskine, was a father-figure and idol of the people of Grand Bassa County. He contested the Liberian presidency thrice and failed. At one point, we dreamed “beating Bassa dumboi in the Executive Mansion” if elected President. He was the founder and Standard Bearer of the Liberty Party, a constituent member of the Collaborating Political Party.  

Cllr. Charles W. Brumskine’s daughter, Charlyne Brumskine, incidentally became Vice Standard Bearer of the CPP, bringing to the table the base of father and political party, the Bassaland.

She sent out a last-minute shot to her people, speaking of the enormous benefits as well as the respect that will be accorded Grand Bassa for one of their own to ascend to the position of Vice President of Liberia along with Mr. Alexander B. Cummings as President on October 10.

She stressed the critical need for a stronger bond of unity amongst Bassa citizens for the common cause of electing one of their own, vying for the position of Vice President and not to allow any distraction that will divide the people of Grand Bassa County in achieving this historic feat of serving as Vice President of Liberia.

“Bassa citizens in Grand Bassa County and elsewhere must stand together in unity and vote for Mr. Alexander Cummings for President and Counsellor Charlyne Brumskine as Vice President, emphasizing the immense benefits and respect that Grand Bassa County stand to reap.

She said citizens of Grand Bassa County must hold together and support their own, and that they hold their first allegiance and loyalty to one another.

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