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“Boak, Cummings Are Not Prepare To Lead Liberia” -CDC Chairman Morlu Jabs Opposition Leaders

The Chairman of the ruling Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC) has mocked Unity Party standard bearer, Joseph Boakai and Collaborating Political Parties political leader, Alexander Cummings over their delayed to select a running mates with just six months to the October 10, 2023 elctions

Chairman Mulbah Morlu stated that he was disappointed and baffled over the two leading opposition figures failure to select their respective running mates saying, “For the fact that Boakai and Cummings, with few months to the elections are unable to announce a running mate, it now crystal clear that they are not prepared to contest the presidency.”

However, as Liberians geared towards the conduct of another crucial elections, Boakai of the UP and Cummings of the CPP will battle incumbent President George M Weah for the country highest seat.

But as it stands, Boakai and Cummings who many see as a force and threats to President Weah reelection are yet to announce their running mates, thus raising concern among their supporters with many now questioning the rationale behind their strategies.

The CDC Chairman Morlu, joining the discourse expressed his disappointment with the opposition candidates for not being able to make a decision on their running mates soon, noting that the delay showed that the opposition leaders are not ready for the challenges that lie ahead and it would be disastrous for Liberians to vote them, considering their struggles with naming a running mate.

“We are not the lazy opponent that is still jointly struggling to find a running mate. If they will take forever to find a running mate, it means they were not prepared to even contest the presidency.

“It is a risk, a national security risk, to give our country to people who are ill-prepared to lead our country. People who cannot name their running mates ahead of the elections,” Morlu intoned during a voter registration rally by the Liberia People Democratic Party (LPDP), which is a constituent member of the ruling CDC.

Meanwhile, the CDC Chairman has at the same time called on all Liberians including partisans and supporters to take advantage of the ongoing Biometric Voters Registration (BVR) exercise to be able to vote on elections day.

“You CDCians (partisans) that may not register become a risk to the collective commitment of our party to win the presidency. In short, you have to register. Do not delay registration; that decision should be made now,” he added.

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