LIBERIA:ALP Rubbishes Media Report Of Having Meeting With CDC Officials At Local Hotel

The opposition All Liberia Party (ALP) has publicly rubbished media report that its political leader, Benoni Wilfred Urey recently held a meeting with some officials of the ruling Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC).

In a press release, the ALP said the report is false and misleading, noting, “At No Time Urey met CDC officials…

“All Liberian Party (ALP) strongly refutes the recent claims made by certain media outlets alleging that our esteemed political leader, Hon. Benoni Urey held a meeting with officials of the Congress for Democratic Change (CDC) at Boulevard Palace Hotel.

We categorically assert that these reports are entirely false and without any basis in truth. The ALP, under the principled leadership of Hon. Benoni Urey, maintains transparency and integrity as the cornerstones of our political activities.

We stand committed to upholding the values of honesty and accountability.

Furthermore, the All Liberian Party is grateful for the show of support and recognition it has received from several other political parties seeking our collaboration in the forthcoming general and presidential elections.

As a democratic institution, we value the opportunity to engage with other political parties and explore potential alliances that will benefit the people of Liberia.

We remain committed to forging new partnerships based on shared values and mutual respect.

The All Liberian Party, as a recognized political entity, reserves its right to engage and be engaged by other political parties in a democratic spirit.

We firmly believe that constructive dialogue and cooperation between different political forces can foster national progress and development.

As we move forward, the ALP remains dedicated to its mission of promoting the welfare of the Liberian people and working towards a prosperous and inclusive society. We call upon all citizens to stand united in the pursuit of a better future for our beloved nation”, the release concluded

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