The Analyst (Monrovia)

17 December 2012

Liberia: CDC Youth Engages Executive Committee Over Koijee Suspension

The Executive Committee of the Montserrado County Youth League of the Congress for Democratic Change has engaged in vigorous consultation including an emergency meeting conducted on Saturday, December 15, 2012 at the Party’s National Headquarters, to discuss issues concerning the recent suspension of Jefferson T. Koijee, National Chairman of the Youth League.

According to a release, as an outcome of said meeting, the Executive Committee of the Youth League of Montserrado requests “immediate clarity from the National Executive Committee of CDC on issues that led to said speculation, as any suspension of the National Chairman cannot be seen as healthy at this time when the Youth League is seriously gathering the masses for the party’s victories in 2014 and subsequently 2017.

Until then, the youth of the party in Montserrado say, they want to state the current National Youth League Leadership, headed by Jefferson T. Koijee still enjoys the confidence of the entire Executive of the Montserrado Youth League.

“Ladies and Gentlemen, members of the Press and Colleagues,” the youth said in the release, “we will like to conclude by mandating all youth of the party in Montserrado County to assemble at the National Headquarters of CDC at 3:00 PM on Monday December 17, 2012 to share views with each other on the next move of the youth on this critical issue affecting our beloved party.”

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