ALCOP political leader, Lusinee F. Kamara

ALCOP Denies Receiving Money To Support CDC

Some executives of the opposition All Liberia Coalition Party (ALCOP) have publicly denied report on the Spoon Talk which has alleged that the party standard-bearer Lusinee F. Kamara has taken four million from CDC.

Witherspoon went on to say that supporters of ALCOP have refused such a decision and has decided to support Unity Party in the run-off Presidential election, Sylla explains.

Speaking after ALCOP Executive Committee members meeting over the weekend at the party’s headquarter in Congo Town, both the party chairman Ansu V.S. Dulleh and the national campaign chairman Ali Sylla condemned the allegation from Spoon Network adding that it is baseless.

Party chairman Dulleh said despite they remain the “determiner factor” of the run-off election, there have been no talk between his party and any of the two political parties that are in the run-off election.

“Our standard-bearer is not in the business of collecting money like the way he (Santon Witherspoon) used to collect money from the ruling party. The All Liberian Coalition Party standard-bearer has never collected money or being offered any money from any of the two political parties in the second round, we want to be clear on that,” chairman Dulleh said.

ALCOP chairman added: “Spoon Network is a propaganda network of settle political institution that want to spoil the name of our political party.”

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