The Headquarters of the Coalition for Democratic Change over the Weekend was a scene of pandemonium when scores of party members besieged the headquarters of the ruling party in demand of jobs.
The angry CDC members were heard chanting anti slogans and also threatened a mass protest at various Ministries and Agencies to ensure that their requests are adhered to.
They added that they are tired of being marginalized by some party executives including The Minister of State for Presidential Affairs Nathaniel McGill, Monrovia City Mayor Jefferson Koijee and Party Chairman Mulbah Morlu.
They made the disclosure on the weekend when scores of former Representatives including Richmond Anderson, Numene Batikwa, Christian Chea and Steven Karfi joined the CDC.
According to them, they are yet to realize the fruit of what they labor for over the years of struggle they endured. They said, while many of them are languishing at the party headquarters daily, outsiders are benefiting from their struggle to make football legend George Weah President.