CDC – USA Chair Laud Liberian People

By Robert Dixon|

The Chairman of the CDC- USA chapter, A. Kulubozumo Zakama, Jr

The Chairman of the USA Branch of the Congress for Democratic Change (CDC), A. Kolubozumo Zakama, has lauded the Liberian people for taking a firm decision in putting the CDC into power.

He said the living condition of the Liberian people, job creation for the underprivileged and giving back to the Liberian people what belongs to them is key on the agenda of the  of the incoming  CDC Government.

Mr.  Zakama called on the Liberian media to work along with the newly elected government deliver the necessary deliverables to the Liberian people.

He made the statement recently at his residence on 9th Street when he was honored by a pro-media group, the Investigative Journalists Network of Liberia- IJLN,

Mr. Zakama pledged to work along with the pro-media group in achieving its agenda.

For their parts, Eugene R. Ricks, CDC-USA Chair Media Liaison and D. Josiah Wamah, Vice Chair for Administration of the National Intellectual Alliance for Weah’s Presidency the Media Chair lauded IJNL for its positive role play in the Liberian society.

The Executives of the CDC assure Liberians of the CDC government potential to deliver them those development and needy infrastructure for the country.

Making a special remarks, IJNL President Edwin G Wandah lauded Mr. A. Kolubozuma Zakama for his supports to the Liberian political arena over the years.

According to the IJNL Boss, the success of the CDC was a collaborated efforts of several people, including Mr. Zakama.

He at the same called on President Weah to above all, will unite the country through a national reconciliation where all Liberians in and out of the country will join hands in the development of the nation.

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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.