MONROVIA – The old proverb “Good Never Lost” came to pass this past weekend when members of the opposition political parties in District #5, Montserrado County, announced their endorsement of President Dr. George Manneh Weah’s reelection candidacy in the run-off elections scheduled for November 14, 2023.
A one-day interactive forum with His Excellency Amb. Dee-Maxwell Saah Kemayah, Sr., Foreign Minister of the Republic of Liberia and Political Leader of MOVEE, was decided upon by hundreds of residents of District #5, heads of Unity Party (UP) auxiliaries, some partisans of the Collaborating Political Parties (CPP), other community groupings, supporters, and well-wishers during the launch of Amb. Kemayah’s community outreach and engagement initiative. The groups said their action was in appreciation of Kemayah’s goodwill towards the communities in District #5.
It can be recalled recently MOVEE’s Political Leader invited and commissioned all county chair of the party to return to trenches and beginning for the reelection go President Weah. MOVEE is one of the nine (9) members of constituent polities of the ruling Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC).
According to various speakers at the occasion, the Liberian Foreign Minister and Political Leader of the Movement for Economic (MOVVE) has not only been a good resident but a great supporter of community development in District #5, especially the Town Hall Community, where he has resided for over twenty-five years with no altercation with any community members.
Sunday, November 5, 2023 marked the official launch of the Movement for Economic Empowerment’s (MOVEE) Political Leader’s Amb. Dee-Maxwell Saah Kemayah, Sr. community outreach and engagement, which started more than a week ago. The political leader of MOVEE encouraged followers and supporters to vote for President Weah in the impending runoff elections during the program.
Speaking at the colorful event that was marked by singing and dancing, Amb. Kemayah expressed gratitude to everyone who took time out of their hectic schedules to wait for him to arrive at the Party Headquarters. Prior to this, he had visited Jacob’s Town with His Excellency George Manneh Weah, where thousands of members of the United Muslims of Liberia had gathered to support President Weah’s reelection campaign.
“Equal opportunities for all Liberians, regardless of political affiliation, religious beliefs, or place of origin, are President Weah’s primary concerns as he continues to work in the best interests of the Liberian people. He is a man of peace, a man of development, and a man who doesn’t care whether you are up or down.
Additionally, there were instances where parents found it impossible to cover their kids’ WASSCE costs, but President Weah assumed responsibility for doing so. Not only that, but unlike previous administrations, President Weah has persisted in guaranteeing free education for students attending the University of Liberia (UL) and other public universities, according to Minister Kemayah.
Regarding infrastructure development, Minister Kemayah stated that President Weah has constructed additional facilities, including as the Emirates Hospital, the New Redemption Hospital, and the 14 Military Hospital, to support the welfare of Liberians from low-income backgrounds. Many roads are being constructed to facilitate the easy transportation of agricultural products from farms to markets and metropolitan areas by our farmers.
He took advantage of the opportunity to instruct voters on how to cast legitimate ballots.
MOVEE Political Leader remarked that President Weah, the nation’s feminist in chief, chose to run for president alongside Her Excellency Jewel Howard Taylor because he values women’s emancipation and cares deeply about them.
In order for President Weah’s good work to continue, the Dean of the Cabinet revealed that voters must vote for President Weah at number two (2) on the ballot and ensure that their thumbprint, an X, or a checked mark is placed in the box after V.P. Taylor, ensuring that the mark does not extend outside the box and rendering the vote invalid.
Furthermore, a few of the Auxiliary Heads utilized the opportunity to express their gratitude to Foreign Minister Amb. Dee-Maxwell Saah Kemayah, Sr. for taking time out of his hectic schedule to speak with them.
Mamie Dorley, Deputy Chairperson, Strong Women for Weah Auxiliary, stated, “We have gathered here today to make it categorically and emphatically clear that we are going to campaign vigorously; we are going to gather more followers and vote for President George Manneh Weah massively on Tuesday, November 14, 2023 at the polls.”
A staggering number of Liberians have praised President Weah for maintaining peace and providing basic social services like roads, sport-parks, energy, health care, education, and food. They have also praised him for allowing citizens to peacefully protest, where state security provide water and food to protesters whenever they do so. The run-off elections are less than a week away. These are just a few of the many accomplishments the Weah-led government can take pride in.
Some observers claim that after witnessing the palpable impacts of this administration, it is only reasonable to conclude that His Excellency George Weah deserves an additional six years to carry out his extraordinary, historic work in order to propel the country into even greater heights.