Ruling CDC Chief Scribe Vows To Win Cummings Over, But ANC Rejects Any Attempt

Monrovia City Mayor, Jefferson Koijee and new Secretary General of CDC

The newly elected Secretary General of the ruling Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC), Monrovia City Mayor, Jefferson Koijee has publicly disclosed of plans to win over Alexander Cummings, political leader of the opposition Alternative National Congress (ANC) to the CDC before the 2023 general and presidential elections.

The CDC stalwart speaking to his group of partisans bragged that he is prepared by all means to convince one of Liberia’s leading oppositions figures to join the ruling party with ease.

By rejecting Koijee’s assertion, said the ANC in a statement issued today, January 29, 2022 said, the Alternative National Congress (ANC) has become aware of statement being made CDC Secretary General, Jefferson Koijee, that the CDC is contemplating a collaboration with the ANC. Noting further the ANC stressed that, the ANC emphatically states in no uncertain terms that it rejects any such contemplation, and restates its commitment to making the George Weah-led administration a one-term administration.

Such statement from the CDC is clear indication of the CDC’s fear of an imminent opposition/Cummings victory in 2023, and a further extension of CDC’s tactics and gameplan to bring about disruption within the opposition community.

The ANC urges its partisans and supporters not to be deterred by the propaganda being espoused by the leadership of the CDC; and to remain calm and focused.

The ANC remains committed to the partnership of the CPP, and continues to work towards a broader opposition collaboration and ultimate win, come 2023, the statement signed by its Secretary General warned.

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ANC Rejects any Contemplation of Talks with CDC

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