“Liberians will Regret Weah’s 2nd Term” – Gongloe -Warns Country Will Return to Pariah Status under Weah 2nd Term

 The presumed presidential aspirant of the Liberian People’s Party (LPP), renowned lawyer, Counselor Tiawan Saye Gongloe, has warned Liberians against reelecting President George M. Weah in 2023, because doing so would be extremely dangerous for the country in terms of good governance and the rule of law.

Cllr. Gongloe further stated that under President Weah, Liberia is fast slipping back to its ugly past, when past regimes failed to practice and sustain good governance and the rule of law, leaving the population vulnerable, not knowing where to turn for redress when their rights were violated. He warned that if Liberians reelected Weah and the CDC in 2003, the country will return to its past failed state status.

Gongloe made the comments in the United States where he met with various states’ chapters of Team Gongloe, Liberian communities and ordinary people during the course of last weekend.

The ceremony brought together Liberian radicals including human rights campaigners, political activists, and members of Gongloe’s own ‘Movement for Justice in Africa’ (MOJA, as well as members of the LPP-USA chapters’, and some prominent figures of past and present regimes in Liberia.

Gongloe, who is on a three-month tour of the United States, has seized the opportunity to remind Diaspora-based Liberians and Americans that he is the best choice for the presidency based on his sterling public service record.

 He said although he may not be the only qualified person in terms of education, he is the most suitable person with impeccable character and integrity who Liberians can trust for the job, indicating further that he is the only person who can redeem Liberia from its present predicament.

Gongloe arrived in the United States on Friday, 13 May, where he has been ramping up support for his presidential bid during next year’s presidential and legislative elections.

His tour has taken him to Liberian communities in Atlanta, Philadelphia and Ohio, where he met with various organizations as well as prominent individuals of the Liberian communities who are solely interested in his presidential ambition.

Cllr. Gongloe is expected on Friday May 27 and Saturday, May 28, to hold town hall meetings with the Friends of Gongloe, its board of directors and coordinators. He is also expected to attend the Convention of the United Nimba Citizens’ Council (UNICCO).

On Sunday, 29 May, the Liberian community including their churches will hold intercessory prayer service for the presidential hopeful in Ohio, after which there will be a meeting with Team Gongloe of the North Dakota branch.

From Friday, 10 June to Sunday, 10 July, Cllr. Gongloe will hold town hall meetings in Minnesota, Philadelphia, Staten Island, Trenton Town, Boston, Washington DC, among others, before wrapping up his engagement.

The renowned Liberian lawyer will on today Wednesday hold a teleconference with the Friends of Gongloe to discuss matters of importance that are cardinal to his successful electioneering.

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