ELECTION 2023: CDC Suffers Big Blow, As Key Lawmakers Forcibly Rejected At The Ballet Box
The incumbent President George Manneh Weah, and his Coalition for Democratic Change government has been hit hard with the rejection of many of its lawmakers including members of the House of Representatives and the Senate by the Liberian people during the just ended October 10, 2023 general and presidential elections.
Who Dozens of lawmakers of the ruling CDC who have forcibly been retired include the Speaker of the House of Representatives, Bohfal Chambers of Maryland County, Moses Acarous Gray; Chairman on Executive, Solomon George, Johnson Gwikolo of Nimba County, amongst others.
The following are those who have been retired from the House of Representatives and the Liberian Senate during the election:
CB Barshell, Lawrence Morris, Rustolyn Suacoco Dennis, Jimmy Smith, Johnson Gwikolo, Mariamu B. Fofana, Clarence Massaquoi, Francis Nyumalin, Beran D. Howard, Prince O. S. Tokpah, Roger Domah, Edward Kafiah, Varney Sherman, Telberosa Tarponweh, Vencint Willie, Larry P. Nyanquoi. A. Marshall Dennis, George Boley Sr., Morris Saytumah, Alex Chersia Grant, Jonathan Kaipay, Steve Zargo, Conmany Wesseh, Milton Teajay, Alfred Koiwood, Hajah Fata Siryon, Finda Lasannah, Isaac Roland, Mary Karwor, Kanie Wesso, Joseph Matthews, Bob Sheriff, Papa Kolleh, Albert Hills. Hanson Kaizolu, Emerson Kamara and Mambu Sonnie