“Weah Matchless Against Political Rivals” -Gbala -CDC National Campaign Spokesman Recounts Weah Achievements

MONROVIA: As political institutions gear up for the commencement of the political campaign season a few days from now, the National Campaign Spokesman for the Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC), Cllr. Kanio Bai Gbala, has declared that no Liberian politician can match the political and developmental resume of President George Manneh Weah.

Cllr. Gbala who was recently named CDC’s National Campaign Spokesman in a move that received praise from both partisans and independent external watchers, was speaking when he appeared as a guest presenter alongside members of the Weah Intellectual Movement at the Concerned Intellectual Association on the VP Road in Monrovia. Cllr. Gbala asserted that President Weah is the most successful Liberian leader since 1847 as evidenced by his achievements.

He cited key achievements under President Weah such as the establishment of Liberia’s first dialysis center at JFK, the digitization of the University of Liberia, the opening of Liberia’s first oxygen plant as well as construction of over 500km of roads in 5 years as groundbreaking and unmatched.

Cllr. Gbala further opined that many ordinary Liberians whose lives have gotten better as a result of President Weah’s policies will repay him emphatically by a massive 1st round victory.

It can be recalled that the CDC National Campaign Spokesman recently resigned from his position as Vice Chairperson of the Liberia Anti-Corruption Commission (LACC) in line with the Code of Conduct which forbids public officials engaging in acts that portend conflict of interest.

Cllr. Gbala’s appointment as National Campaign Spokesman for the ruling Coalition is seen by many pundits as a feather in the cap of the Weah 2023 Reelection Campaign bid.

“Kanio is not only a well-groomed strategist, but he brings on board a wealth of experience, having worked for decades within the civil society circle, a key constituency that basically comprises the bulk of the Liberian intelligentsia,” says Florence Collins of Brewerville.

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