“Nimbaians Are Not Ungrateful” -SG Koijee -Says they did it for Ellen and Taylor; They’re Ready to do it for Weah

MONROVIA : Nimba, the second most vote-rich county in Liberia has since 2005 been highly pivotal in deciding who occupies the highest office in the land. With the October 10, 2023 presidential and general elections fast approaching, political parties and their stalwarts have been reaching out to key stakeholders in Nimba to influence vote swings in their favor. The ruling Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC), which has been working fervently with Nimba County political and traditional leaders in this direction, has been assured through CDC National Secretary General Jefferson Tamba Koijee that the commitment the elders and traditional leaders of Nimba made to CDC Standard Bearer President George Manneh Weah still remains on course; that the great people of Nimba have zero intention of walking away from their promise; and just as they supported former Presidents Ellen Johnson Sirleaf and Charles Taylor, they are ready to do it for President Weah.

The CDC National Secretary General who just returned from the Holy Land of Israel, yesterday posted on his social media page about the assurance of commitment proffered by one of the great sons of Nimba County, a true defender of the land and people of Nimba, Major General Albert G. Paye, commonly called Chief Zoekweh, whom he (Koijee) had called to congratulate on the occasion of his recent wedding.

“We then spoke passionately about Nimba County and its politics and people. He asked me to reassure the President that the commitment the elders and traditional leaders made to him, they’ve got zero intention to walk away from that. Following that call, I then had a sober reflection to recount the true nature of who the Nimbaians are.

“The people of Nimba are not ungrateful and will be seen in their support for President Weah in the 2023 General and Presidential elections. The county will overwhelmingly vote the CDC based on tangibles and increased job creation for Nimbaians since coming to power.

“Nimbaians weren’t ungrateful to Charles Taylor who they voted for overwhelmingly due to his stance to protect them along with other compatriots. They also supported the second term bid of President Sirleaf given the massive pavement they saw after decades of civil war.

“Nimbaians are grateful people and will show President George Weah the same gratitude at the polls in October,” SG Koijee said in article posted on his facebook page.

Senator Johnson Cannot Personalize Nimba County

Highly optimistic about the prospects of the CDC clinching a good chunk of the Nimba County votes in the ensuing general elections, Mr. Koijee said the people of Nimba will never again allow Senator Prince Johnson to individualize the county and personalize the Nimba people.

“To cling unto oneself as sole owner of the people including their decision to choose good from evil is hypocritical. The people are wiser and ready to take their future in their own hands thereby igniting a deep sense of reconciliation amongst the great sons and daughters of this great Nimba County.

“If the issue is about jobs as they want us to believe, it is indeed paradoxical as the messengers are richer and wealthier in both property and cash than many Nimbaians combined. And they became richer at the expense of the Nimba people to the point where they’re opting to be extended following a protracted stay of eighteen years in power. They are now asking for a whooping additional nine years amounting to twenty-seven years, which is outrageous at 70 plus years old.

“For someone who got twelve years opportunity and an extended nine years to still believe that no Nimbaian deserves opportunity but they should keep excelling at the detriment of other sons and daughters of Nimba is unthinkable. If that’s not being selfish, I then wonder what it is because here you have someone like Cllr. Tiawon Gongloe who had never had an elected opportunity of the people of Nimba County though he was the first to declare his intention to contest for the Presidency from Nimba. They claim he hails from the Mano speaking tribe so he doesn’t deserve a space on the table; an idea that is contrary to a reconciled or one Nimba.

“I like to salute a few new breed of Nimbaians who see Nimba in a more united way like retired national youth and student leaders and statesmen Nyan Twayen, Roland Duo, Teeko Yorlay, Sam G. Takruah, Sam Browne, Armstrong Gobac Selekpoh, Abigail Freeman, amongst others.

“With this generation, I am certain that Nimba will rise above trivialities, divisions, threats and intimidations; a one and prosperous Nimba is definitely sure, Mayor Koijee posted on his facebook page.

“Again, I am honored to state my heartfelt thanks and appreciation to the loving and brave people of Nimba County for bestowing on me one of their traditional names “Sehgran” by the Chiefs, Zoes and Elders of the land,” Secretary General Koijee stated.

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