“I Deliver Bassa To CPP” -Says Charlyne Brumskine

By Stephen G. Fellajuah


The Vice Standard Bearer of the Collaborating Political Parties (CPP), Cllr. Charlyne Brumskine has overwhelmingly vow to deliver Grand Bassa to the CPP because nobody in the county will stand against her ambition.

Speaking in an interview with newsmen at the Samuel Kanyon Doe Sport Complex in Paynesville, on June 22, 2023, following her completion of the National Elections Commission (NEC) 2023 candidate nomination exercise for the Collaborating Political Parties, Cllr. Brumskine said she does not want Liberians to worry about Grand Bassa County instead, worry about Liberia. 

“This is not politics as usual. If we are going to give a political answer to your questions, no daughter from Grand Bassa will stand against another daughter from Grand Bassa County” Cllr. Brumskine said, stressing that no daughter from Grand Bassa County will stand and have the face to fight the daughter of the late Cllr. Charles W. Brumskine, founder of the Liberty Party.

“The other people who your say they are doing it to reduce small vote, we are not here to focus on Bassa because we are secured in Bassa land. We are here to focus on everyone which is greater than Grand Bassa County. And so that is my response” she added. 

Touching on the candidate nomination exercise, Cllr. Brumskine described completion of the candidates Nomination by the CPP as a new day for Liberia’s transformation and development. 

She noted that, “We are here not only to fix a broken system but to fight for every man, woman and child of this great nation. We believe that Liberia can be great and this is just the beginning. Not only do we believe in a great Liberia but we also believe that every person must benefit from the wealth and resources of this country.”

She assured that Mr. Cummings and her are ready and prepared to change Liberia and change the title in Liberia. Flanked by the multitude of women and youth who celebrated her presence at the SKD, Cllr. Brumskine extolled the women for the massive turnout and all those she said that believe there is an option and alternative to what the country has today. 

“I want to say thank you to the great team of NEC. It was a very smooth process. I also want to thank the CPP who stood with me to ensure that today all of our documents were being loaded” Cllr. Brumskine added. 

She further described the process as a beginning of a new Dawn for Liberia, adding that this is intended to fix the mess that Liberia is currently undergoing.

Additionally, Cllr. Brumskine said that the initiative is also for the younger generation, especially females who are selling in the street to make ends meet. 

“This is a beginning of a new day for Liberia. I want everyone to hear that the women behind me, some of whom are from Grand Bassa County I did this for you. For the young muslim girls who are in Liberia and our mothers in the market, I am doing this for all of them. This is the beginning of a greater future” she noted.


Cllr. Brumskine said that they are prepared and ready for the next process and the CPP tickets and all of the people will start the process to bring real change to a new Liberia.

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