Cllr. Koffa Wins Speakership Position For 55th Session of The National Legislature

As Grand Bassa County Senator Nyonblee Kargan-Lawrance Wins Pro-Temporal Seat On 'White Ballot'

The grounds of the National Legislature, the Capitol Building on Capitol Hill was a place of jubilation when dozens of supporters of ‘Koffa for Speakers’ took to their feet to joyously celebrate the victor of the election of Grand Kru County District #2 Representative, and outgoing Deputy Speaker of the 54th session of the National Legislature, Cllr. Jonathan Fonati Koffa who was elected by his colleagues for the position of Speaker.

The highly contested candidates were Mintserrado County District 11 Representative, Richard Nagbe Koon, a Stewart of the Unity Party (UP) and Jonathan Fonati Koffa of the Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC) amid the U.S. Citizenship controversial which grew high during the early days of the election.

According to our reporter at the National Legislature, the margin between both contenders were 31 representing voters for Koon, while Koffa got 36 votes.

Election of the Deputy Speaker position is ongoing, while at the Senate, Grand Bassa County Senator, Nyonblee Karnga-Lawrance reportedly won on the white ballot for the position as Pro-Temporal of the Liberian Senate.

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