By: Stephen G. Fellajuah
Montserrado County Senator Saah H. Joseph has announced the deposit of huge undisclosed cash or amount by the governing Coalition for Democracy Change (CDC) for the campaign of the party in the upcoming 2023 Presidential and legislative election.
Speaking in an interview with Spoon Mid Night Conversation Monday 12, 2022, Senator Joseph said that he is leading the one round victory for the re-election of President George Manneh Weah as he stressed that they will make sure that the government gets re-elected.
‘’We should be able to use money for second round to do development. We are trying our possible best to make the difference. However, there are lots of finances going towards this second round. My responsibility as Senator of the County is to generate the votes by talking to the people and making them understand the reality on the ground’’ the Montserrado County Senator noted.
According to him, they are not just going for a victory in 2023 but they are going for a one round victory and that is why he is leading the one round revolution moving into towns and villages to convene the people.
Meanwhile, Senator Saah Joseph has termed the endorsement of Mr. Alexander B. Cummings, Stander Bearer of the re-lunched opposition collaborating political parties (CPP) by Mr. Lewis Brown as nonessential and political non-force, adding that Mr. Brown does not have any constituent.
‘’Mr. Brown is an individual and so for him to just come out and endorse Mr. Cummings the people will judge. Mr. Brown has served in several positions in government from former President Charles Taylor to Ellen Johnson Sirleaf. What different he had made even at the UN when he was serving, which impact he made in the lives of the people because there where lot of opportunity there for him to give to the people’’, said the Senator.
The Montserrado County lawmaker maintained that the ruling party is not move by Amb. Brown endorsement of Mr. Cummings because he is of no force and said that they remain focused on the deliverable of the Liberia people, looking at the bread-and-butter issues, the challenges that Liberians are facing and what efforts they can made.
“As we go to elections, people will endorse but you’re endorsing as an individual which impact will it have on the election that what we look at. If you say for example senator Saah Joseph endorsed this person you will take it seriously. It is that kind of endorsement we are talking about but not Amb. Brown endorsement what impact will that make to us” Senator Joseph wondered