Cummings Commissions 5,000 CPP Auxiliaries -As Montserrado Gears to Deliver for 2023

MONROVIA – The Collaborating Political Parties (CPP) has officially commissioned eight auxiliaries with a combined leadership of 5,000 young people to accelerate a massive membership drive within the 22 communities of Montserrado County District # 10.

The commissioning ceremony conducted by the CPP Standard Bearer, Mr. Alexander Cummings, was attended by thousands of CPP partisans and supporters, including supporters of Montserrado County Representative Yekeh Kolubah.  The event took place at the Chugbor football field, on Saturday, March 4, 2023 in District #10.

The Auxiliaries, which include the Royal Sisters, Cummings One, Paco Movement, Cummings Task Force, and Mobilization among others have been empowered to step up the recruitment drive for eligible voters as well as first time voters to support the Presidential bid of the CPP Standard Bearer.

Performing the ceremony, Mr. Cummings expressed gratitude to the organizers for bringing together the young people to undertake such important assignments. He urged them to execute their duties with commitment and dedication.

Cummings said young people, who constitute about 65 percent of the Liberian population, represent Liberia’s future, and deserve the best education to be responsible and successful citizens.

He urged Liberians in District #10, Montserrado County to muster the courage and register during the Voters Registration exercise, and not to waver in their support for the re-election of Representative Yekeh Kolubah comes October 10.

The CPP Standard Bearer said with the support of the young people and upon his election as President, he will ensure the provision of quality education, good healthcare, passable roads, and create jobs that will help young people attain the quality of life, deserving of all Liberians.

Earlier Montserrado County, District #10 Representative Yekeh Kolubah rallied Liberians to join ranks with the CPP for the election of Mr. Cummings, considered the best alternative to replace President George Weah.

Representative Kolubah said President Weah has failed miserably, and must therefore be made a one term President.

Also in remarks, CPP National Campaign Chairman, Lewis Brown, urged the leadership of the auxiliaries to execute their duties with commitment in achieving the set goals and objectives of winning the hearts and minds of Liberians to vote Mr. Cummings as the next President of Liberia.

He urged Liberians to fully participate in the pending Voters Registration exercise which kicks off March 20, 2023.

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