CDC Youth Chairman Emmanuel Mulbah ‘Neto’ Johnson encourages young people to register


MONROVIA — The Chairman of the Revolutionary National Youth League -CDC Emmanuel Mulbah ‘Neto’ Johnson encourages the young people of Liberia to get out and register during the ongoing voter registration exercise. Chairman Johnson who is a resident of the Old Road community in District #10 was seen today at the FMCA voter registration center in Old Road to do his voter registration.

Chairman Johnson who was accompanied by hundreds of young people from district #10 said, it’s the responsibility of every responsible citizen to come out and register and he is encouraging all young people to get their voter registration cards.

“We want to call on the people of Liberia living in Montserrado, Margibi, Grand Cape Mount, Bomi and Gbarpolu to come out en masse and register. As the CDC prepared for a first-round victory, it’s important that you register and we are here along with hundreds of young people who have joined us today in electoral District #10 to get our voter card. These courageous young men and women are poised to make history in October and the only way you can be a part is when you register like us .” Chairman Johnson lamented.

“We are encouraging everyone most especially young people in electoral district # 10 and other parts of the country to register because if you register, you have an opportunity to keep our country on the path of irreversible development that has been taking place for the past six years. “ Chairman Johnson intimated.

Voter Registration in Liberia kickoff Monday, March 20, 2023, in Five counties Montserrado, Margibi, Bomi, Gbarpolu and Grand Cape Mount county. These counties are a part of the first phase of the voter registration exercise that will end on April 9, 2023.