Will Ruling Party Chairman Morlu’s US Visit Rebrand Liberia/US Relations Under President Weah?

By Our Staff

L/R: Ruling party Chairman, Mulbah Morlu and Representative Moses A. Gray

The lifestyle of the governing party Chairman, Mulbah K. Morlu who is currently visiting the United States posting on social media photos of his trail in a rather touristic disposition has created more questions than answers as to whether his stay in that part of the world will help to rebrand Liberia/United States relations under the CDC-led government of President George Manneh Weah.

The visit of two executive committee members of the governing party, the ruling party Chairman, Mulbah K. Morlu and an executive of the party who is also a lawmaker, Representative Acarous Moses Gray, of Montserrado County electoral district #8 are socially enjoying themselves in the United States.

The social media is flooded the visit of both the CDC Chairman, Morlu and Representative Gray pondering over as to whether their presence in the US will help create an improved relations between both countries, Liberia and the United States.

Some of the reactions included Dukuly Samuel Mambu who posted on Face Book, “Those who still waiting on hope for change should see you most especially the ordinary people who are yet to get Jobs to improve their lives under the George Weah government. Now by standing with Chairman Mulbah, you believe that Liberia Is now better”, while Siah Siah noted, “Two persons that have Disappointed the Liberian people. Your keep bouncing on the people’s rights”.

For Emmanuel Marketable Randall, he said, “You guys look great together. Political brother from the same political mother.”  “That’s the spirit of togetherness”, Roland G Teeba Jr also posted. Musa Bawor said, “I am proud of you guys let keep it up”. For Ansu L Sesay, “Ideological comrades, grass rooters and symbols of redemption, patriotism and integrity hub. I heart you two”.

Well, with all of these reactions, some Liberians who spoke to the GNN hope these two executives will bring back home a fruitful results from their United States visit; a result that will help to rebrand Liberia and the United States.

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