Latest information received by this news outlet from Grand Bassa County has disclosed that some prominent partisans of political parties are leaving their parties to join the newest political parties, the Movement for Economic Empowerment (MOVEE).
Some senior members of the Unity and Liberty parties have reportedly abandoning their respective political grounds to join MOVEE, according to the National Chairman of the party, Mr. James E. Brooks, making reference of one of the resigned partisans of Liberty Party, Mr. Moses Yamadeh in Grand Bassa County..
Mr. Brooks in a press statement Wednesday, October 22, 2015 said several left their parties to join MOVEE during the launch of the Party in Buchanan, Grand Bassa County last Friday.
He said those who resigned from other political parties to join his MOVEE political party have all pledged their loyalty and support to the Movement for Economic Empowerment, noting, “Our unflinching support to this party will remain endless,” Mr. Yamadeh, formerly of the Liberty noted.
For his part, the National Chairman of the MOVEE, Mr. James E. Brooks expressed thanks and appreciation to thousands of citizens in the county who turned out for the launch of the party in Grand Bassa County.
He informed Liberians in that part of the Country that the Movement for economic Empowerment (MOVEE) will cater to the needs of the people without favoritism and tribalism.
At the gathering he commended President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf for her international policies, and called on her to improve her domestic policies, and further used the occasion to call Liberians to put aside their personal differences and come together for the betterment of Liberia.