Cummings Scoops More Nimba Support – Citizens Say He Reflects Change 

MONROVIA – The political ambition of Mr. Alexander B. Cummings, Standard Bearer of the Collaborating of Political Parties (CPP) got traction over the weekend when he scooped more support from citizens and residents of District #8, Nimba County, where they vowed to mobilize their kinsmen to massively vote for him during the October 10, 2023 general election, saying “he reflects the rule change the country is yearning for”

Mr. Cummings got the support from the citizens after touring several communities in District #8, Nimba County where he has gone as part of outreach activities to engage the citizens to solicit their support as well as conduct sensitization towards in the ongoing biometric voters registration exercise.

Citizens of Tuniudi who extolled Mr. Cummings for his quality in leadership declaring that his enviable corporate world achievements and commitment to fight corruption in public service, makes him the best choice for President. 

They lamented years of government neglect in ensuring better social services and infrastructures, including electricity and roads that will help better the lives of rural inhabitants and accelerate economic development.

They stressed the need for youth and women empowerment to combat extreme suffering and poverty through a new order of government administration and believe only the CPP Standard Bearer can revive the deteriorating economic conditions nationwide.

The businessman turned politician who was accompanied by CPP  stalwarts, over the weekend, visited several towns, including Kphen and Beipa where he met with elder Council, Concern Rural Women, Farmers Union, Motorcyclist Union, Business Community, Marketeers,Volunteer Teachers, retired civil servants and Student groups.

He expressed heartfelt gratitude for the warm reception accorded him and the increasing affirmation of support by Nimbians for his Presidential bid come October 10.

The CPP Standard Bearer extended special thanks and appreciation to party officials including Nimba County Representative Larry Yonquoi, who also formed part of his entourage to Nimba County. He assured the people of Nimba County, that a CPP Government will pursue policies and programs that will better the life of the suffering masses, vowing that he will lead by example, to restore hopes and good governance in Liberia.

He pleaded with the various groups not to be weary by the deplorable state of affairs, and urged them to muster the courage to register en masse and vote out the inept and corrupt administration of President George Weah come October 10.

Cummings reaffirmed the CPP commitment to its agenda for REAL CHANGE that will better the lives of the millions trapped in extreme poverty. He said this will occur through the resuscitation of the ailing economy and the creation of more and better job opportunities for Liberians.

The CPP Standard Bearer had earlier attended a memorial service in Beipa.

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