MONROVIA: Ahead of the widely talked about General and Presidential Elections of October 10, 2023 which millions of Liberians are anticipating as a watershed moment in the history of the country, there have been series of national policy discussions on different radio platforms. Some of these platforms which are heavily endorsed by various political parties continue to espouse reasons why their candidates should be elected. But in recent times, there is a novel dubbed platform which thousands of Liberians are gravitating towards for policy conversations despite of the fact that it has been squarely focusing and articulating the gains of the CDC-Led Government on the economy, education and health.
The Masses’ Platform of Hott FM107.9 is an informative hour program that is being hosted by a seasoned intellectual and academic Mohammed Sy and Co-hosted by Gordon Garway. As campaign swells and intensifies, the Masses’ Platform continues to heavily garner massive support of undecided voters and first-time voters for the presidential bid of H. E. George Manneh Weah.
The Analyst Newspaper recent survey shows that more Liberians are gravitating towards the listenership of this platform on grounds of the presentation of the issues on the basis of facts, pieces of evidence and their stern against profanity. This style of public discourse which is very rare in our democracy has placed them in a lead of the national conversations on various radio stations.
The Analyst Newspaper in an exclusive interview with Mohammed Sy, Host of the Masses’ Platform yesterday, September 19, 2023, he intoned that the CDC-Led Government of President George Manneh Weah will be overwhelmingly re-elected on the basis of his track record on massive infrastructure, macroeconomic stability, education and the sustenance of peace for a very long period of time.
He further argues on his program that the president has reconciled this country than any other president citing the creation of an office for a Muslim Religious Advisor thus making it to be unprecedented. He ended by imploring the electorates to rise from their slumbers to re-elect the president on October 10, 2023.