Senator-elect, Amara Konneh

Run-Off Election 2023: UP Accuses CDC Of Paying NEC Magistrates In Western Liberia

Ahead of the November 14, 2023 presidential run-off in Liberia, the opposition Unity Party (UP) has accused the ruling Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC) of paying Election Magistrates in western Liberia as inducement in order for the results in that part of the country to be thwarted in favor of the CDC.

This allegation was made an executive of the Unity Party in an interview with a local radio station, the Punch FM in Monrovia, he further disclosed that specified amount of cash was allegedly made available to the Magistrates, but noted that such attempt by the ruling establishment to the Magistrates was denied.

Mr. Amara Konneh, former Finance Minister of Liberia, and current Senator-elect of Gbarpolu County also made several allegations against the George Weah-led    Government, noting that it has failed the Liberian people amid growing wave of corruption and other malpractices.

But in reaction to these allegations, GNN-Liberia placed a phone call to the CDC Campaign spokesman, Cllr. Kanio Gbala who promised to send in his response via WhatsApp, but up to two hours, Cllr. Gbala is yet to address GNN concern.

Investigation continues

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