Liberia: ANC Declares Saturday as ‘D-Day’ to Elect New Crops of Officers to Take Party to National Elections in 2023

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ANC’s present political leader and former standard bearer is Mr. Alexander Benedict Cummings

MONROVIA – Authorities of the Alternative National Congress (ANC) have declared Saturday, May 4, as one of those very important days in their history as delegates will elect a new crop of officers to take the party to the next General and Presidential Elections in 2023. ANC’s present political leader and former standard bearer is Mr. Alexander Benedict Cummings.

According to an ANC’s release, those expected to be elected in Liberia’s second emerging industrial City of Ganta in Nimba County, will be the National Executive Committee members, who will take the party to the next national elections.

The party, which is one of four opposition political parties working together in a collaboration, said hundreds of their partisans, party stalwarts, auxiliary groups and well-wishers have started converging on Ganta for what party hierarchy terms as a “critical political decider” in view of the enormous task ahead.

“The ANC is also expected to elect a political leader whose leadership will set the tune for a progressive political direction of the party amid Liberia’s turbulent moment,” the release said.

Party officials say Saturday, May 4, is indeed the D-Day for the new political leadership, who will present his/her platform containing the true and best alternative Liberia can count on; adding: “if the nation must rise again in order to make the dreams of Liberians alive thereby putting smiles to their faces.”

Reports from Ganta so far says, the ANC euphoria and momentum has gripped the this Liberian bustling commercial city that people are seen in pocket of groups discussing the party’s crucial national convention.

The people Nimba, it seems, are not carried away by recent statement from one of their senators who in a recent interview said anyone going to Nimba should ask his permission.

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