CDC Women League Extends Gratitude to Liberian women for Turning Up to Support Pres. Weah in Saturday’s Rally


MONROVIA – The Executives of the National Women League of the Congress for Democratic Change (CDC ) have expressed gratitude to the National Chairman of the party, Mulbah K. Morlu including the entire Executive Committee of the Party and the women of Liberia for their endless sacrifices for the country.

Madam Fatu Swaray, the National women’s League Chairlady, extended her gratitude to the Liberia women for the numerous sacrifices made to their country, despite the economic constraints many of them go through.

The CDC Women League also said the strength of all Liberian women is keeping the peace process in Liberia.

She said the CDC women are grateful to the rest of the women that are not in the CDC, but still support the growth, development, and progress of Liberia.

Madam Swaray said, she is gratified by the non-members of the party, especially women who turned out en mass on Saturday to support the re-election of Pres. Weah at the ATS in Monrovia.

“The women of this country deserve a greater reward for showing up at the ATS, the National Women’s League of the CDC extends their thanks and appreciation to all the women’s in 15  counties for supporting the process, we encourage you to continue the process as always,” she said.

Madam Swaray said, only a woman that supports a true cause will do what the women of Liberia did during President Weah’s renomination program.

She explained that both CDC women and women who are in the coalition came outon Saturday to gather and marched through the streets of Monrovia to petition their leader for the second term.

Madam Swaray, extend her thanks and have to all the Chair Ladies in the 15 Counties for collective work done by them.

Madam Swaray noted that no matter the negative propaganda spree against President Weah, will blind the eyes of the women who are supporting development.

“We all marched from 9th Street to the ATS; that alone shows that the women did not see the program as a CDC program,” she said.

She, however, challenged those spreading rumors that the women were being paid to attend to desist from spreading “falsehood”.

“How can a woman leave her home the whole day to go on ATS to faint all in the name of $20.00, the opposition and President Weah critics need to stop carrying such lies across the country,” she said.