CDians in Grand Cape Mount County, say they are disappointed in the party leadership both In the county and national

From Mack Rogers |GNN Correspondent | Grand Cape Mont County |

CDians in Grand Cape Mount County, say they are disappointed in the party leadership both the county and national.

L/R: Nathanial McGill; Minister of States for Presidential Affairs and Mulbah Morlu, National Chairman ruling CDC

Their disappointment was expressed in a three counts position statement issued over the weekend to our Grand Cape Mount County Correspondent.

Some of their concerns expressed in the position statement are, since the inauguration of President George Weah in 2018, 95% of Partisans in Grand Cape Mount County had not benefited from any empowerment program ranging from employment, education and business empowerment.

Above all, they alleged that the few opportune serving in government, have abandoned and excommunicated them completely, there by resulting to the lack of town hall meetings through they needed information concerning the day to day activities of the party can be translated to the common people.

The Grand Cape Mount County CDC Partisans position statement comes awake the party planned primary to select a candidate for the December 8, 2020 Midterm Senatorial Election across the country.

Inclusion, they threatened to take some stringent actions to save the party though they were not too clear as to which stringent actions they are considering.

The position statement was signed by A. Lansana Kiazolu Secretary General and approved by Oscar Swaray Chairman Concerned CDcians Grand Cape Mount County and a Carbon Copy was send to the party National Chairman, Mulbah Morlu.

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