The opposition Congress for Democratic Change (CDC) says it is and will do everything humanly possible to prepare and protect Liberia from the claws of depravity, ensuring that its political leader and would-be standard-bearer, Ambassador George Weah does not preside over a troubled and bloody state.
The party's Youth League Chairman, Jefferson Koijee has been vocal on issues that tend to bother the interest of his party, one of which is his far-reaching allegation of a coup being hatched by some officials of government against the President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf.
Koijee told a news conference Wednesday that the CDC through the leadership of Amb. Weah will not preside over a bloody state.
"A government headed by George Weah and the CDC will not accept to lead a Liberia that would be plunged into a bloody situation by some individuals that desire state power at all cost outside constitutional means," he said.
A statement supposes that the CDC wants to operate and conduct itself in the confines of the law, as a way of correcting some of the mistakes it made.
"The CDC, especially Amb. Weah, would like to lead a nation in which the people will not resort to violence means in taking state power in the country," he stressed.
He claimed some Liberians have planned to throw the nation in chaos and destruction with the aim to prevent the CDC from taking state power through democratic means.
He accused the newly formed Liberians for the Protection of Peace and Democracy (LPPD) of harboring sinister plans, alleging that it is organized to thwart the ongoing constitutional, democratic and peace process that Liberians especially the opposition CDC has protected over the years.
He said Amb. Weah will continue forge peace, providing protection to the peace and championing the cause of constitutional process of change of power through elections.