9 October 2013

Liberia: CDC Won't Taste Power ..a Boss Says

The Director of General Services Agency (GSA), Madam Mary T. Broh says the entire leadership of main opposition political party, the Congress for Democratic Change (CDC) including its Standard Bearer George M. Weah will not take any leadership role in the country, especially the presidency.

According to her, the CDC won't take the mantle of authority in Liberia, because the party was not ready, not organize to take the leadership of Liberia. She referred to the Congress for Democratic Change as a political party for young people whose capacities needed to be built.

Madam Broh made the statement recently in Monrovia when she rescued a Sierra Leonean around the Temple of Justice

Speaking on the sad condition of the rescued Sierra Leonean who carried a passport bearing the name Ansu Bangaura expressed a deep disappointment in Liberians who could not rescue Mr. Bnagaura, rather leaving him in his condition.

"He could be my brother, he could be your brother, and friend and we need to extend our goodness to fellow men. Car could have rolled over him and he could have turned into a dead man," Madam Broh stressed.

The Sierra Leonean who was later turned over to officers of the Liberia National Police, Madam Broh said he was allegedly robbed of his Cell Phone and other materials in the Township of West Point.

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