Senator Prince Johnson Wants Nimbaians To Join His Party Or The Ruling Coalition for Democratic Change, If They Want To Work In The Weah Led-government
The political leader of the Movement for Democracy and Reconstruction is calling on citizens of Nimba County to join his party or the ruling Coalition For Democratic Change to enable them to work in the George Weah led-government.
According to Senator Johnson, Nimbaians who are part of other political parties that are not allied with the ruling establishment will not be given the opportunity to work in the public sector unless they join his party or the governing CDC.
He said, as a political godfather of Nimba, any of his kinsmen who continue to remain critical of the government despite efforts by the government to resuscitate the country’s economy, will not be given the opportunity to serve in the public sector.
Senator Johnson said, the CDC-led government is making significant efforts to improve the livelihood of Liberians; saying, it’s important for his kinsmen to embrace such efforts.
He described the former ruling Unity Party whom he supported in the 2011 General and Presidential Elections as a dead political institution that has formed a merger with another failed political institution to deceive the Liberian people.
Senator Johnson has pledged his party’s full support to the candidature of Abu Kamara and Pauletta Wie in the district 15 and Montserrado County senatorial by-election.
Senator Johnson believes the two candidates are exemplary leaders that will help to champion the government’s pro-poor agenda at the National Legislature if elected.