Weah Receive Lashes From His ‘Well Trusted’ Confidants, As Cyril Allen, Prince Johnson Sando Johnson Speak Out, With Two Threaten To Quit

President George Weah

The nightmare of the Liberian leader, President George Manneh Weah for his alleged failure to listen to the plight of the Liberian people is growing by the day, some top officials of his party, the ruling Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC) including Chief Cyril Allen and tough-talking Sando D. Johnson  of the former ruling National Patriotic Party (NPP) and Senator Prince Johnson of the  National Union for Democratic Progress party (NUDP) who made up of the ruling coalition have openly lashed out at the Liberian leader.

Chief Cyril Allen have who is the Chairman of the Governing Council of the ruling party have publicly expressed disappointment in President Weah for not listening to the plight of the Liberian people, and playing a ‘don’t care’ attitude why majority are finding a difficult to meeting their daily needs.

Speaking on a local radio station in Monrovia on Monday, Chief Allen who has always been vocal on national issues, noting that the President must see reason in coming to the rescue of the Liberian people who voted him to power, and further called for a collective workings between the ruling government and the opposition political parties .

For his part, Nimba County Senator Prince Y. Johnson who is also political leader of the NUDP has also threatened to quit working with the ruling CDC for what he called, President Weah continual defiance to listen to the people who he said are drowning in abject poverty on a daily basis, noting, that that it is against the will of God,

Delivering his Sunday regular sermon at his fellowship center in Monrovia, Senator Johnson said President Weah is not doing the will of the people, noting that he is disappointed in the leadership of President George Weah of not listening to him, adding, “I listened to Henry Costa, Benoni Urey , and Yekeh Kolubah all of them are saying they are not interested in his removal, but want him to do the right thing,” ‘All those around the President are all after money, instead of advising him properly property,” Senator Johnson told his congregation.

Speaking further to his congregation, Senator Johnson a politician turned clergy also threatened to filed a complaint to Prophet T.B. Joshua who he took Mr. Weah to prior to his election as President of Liberia to let him know that he (Weah) is not listening to his people’s plight, “I will visit Prophet T.B. Joshua and let him know the happening in our country today, “Senator Johnson to his congregation.

Speaking on the workings of the CDC led government, tough-talking Senator Sando Johnson of Bomi County and also a member of the NPP, addressing his people in the county apologized to them for voting for President George Weah during the 2017 general and presidential election, and regretting for not voting for Unity Party presidential candidate, Joseph Boakai.

“I must apologize to you my people for doing the wrong thing by voting for George Weah, I am regretting for not voting for the Unity Party’s presidential candidate, Joseph N. Boakai, I am indeed disappointing in the George Weah’s led government,” Senator Johnson told his people in the Country.

“The CDC-led government is gradually losing its popularity on a daily basis, the example is the just ended Montserrado County by-elections where Liberians carryout their a protest vote to downplayed all the candidates of the CDC despite the President’s assurance that Montserrado is for the CDC, all the seats were swept by the opposition, this is a clear picture that Liberians are tired with his leadership,” Nathaniel Gayflor, a resident of central Monrovia making references of all of those being said.

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Joel Cholo Brooks is a Liberian journalist who previously worked for several international news outlets including the BBC African Service. He is the CEO of the Global News Network which publishes two local weeklies, The Star and The GNN-Liberia Newspapers. He is a member of the Press Union Of Liberia (PUL) since 1986, and several other international organizations of journalists, and is currently contributing to the South Africa Broadcasting Corporation as Liberia Correspondent.