Political Mobilization - CDC Youth League Tours Bassa, Gets Support

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Ahead of the 2017 general and presidential elections political parties are reaching out to mobilize support in preparation for crucial elections and the Youth League of the opposition Congress for Democratic Change has commenced a nationwide mobilization process beginning with the Liberty party stronghold of Grand Bassa County.

As part of its national outreach and mobilization, the Revolutionary National Youth League of the Congress CDC toured Grand Bassa in fostering unity and peace among its partisans, sympathizers and the people of Bassa.

The CDC Youth League headed a huge delegation of the Revolutionary National Youth league -in the County to join many Liberians who have gone to celebrate the just ended county meet victory, which Grand Bassa won.

According to the Chairman of the Youth League Jefferson T. Koijee who headed the delegation to the county, the visit was to celebrate with the people of Grand Bassa for the victory and also woo support for the CDC in that county.

"We have come to celebrate with our people the victory of Grand Bassa during the just ended county meet sport tournament", said Koijee.

He commended the organizer of the county meet and the resilience of the Liberian people for their continue effort in fostering peace through sports; and congratulated Grand Bassa County on their success in winning both the football and basketball crown.

Weah will Win 2017

The Youth League chairman who have been following this year county meet evident by his appearances on many of these matches played both in Margibi and Grand Bassa county said that he early predicted that Grand Bassa was going to win the Football crown and his political leader Amb. George M. Weah will go on to win the Liberian presidency come 2017 presidential and Legislative elections.

In other related stories, after the much anticipated celebration that took place in the port city of Buchanan on the 23rd of January 2016 at the popular Fair Ground that brought scores of prominent government officials, stakeholders, citizens of Bassa and other Liberians who have gone to celebrate Grand Bassa victory in the football and basketball category of the county meet; the National Youth League of the CDC embarked on their counties outreach and mobilization as they toured the concession district # 3 and 4 that host the Equatorial Palm Oil and the Liberia Agriculture Company(LAC) respectively.

Speaking at one of the many engagements in district # 4 Grand Bassa County where the Equatorial Palm Oil Company occupies majority of the farm land leaving citizens of that concession areas with no piece of land to plant as their land have been encroached and taken away by the company, an elder - Nyounwai complained that they are suffering and they have no place to grow their crops for subsistence purpose stating that they have complained a lots but the government has ignored their consent.

Elder Nyounwai who is the Town chief of Korkor Davis Town commended the Youth league for reaching out to them and disclosed that the people of Korkor Davis Town are

depending on the CDC to speak for them, as according to him they have suffered a lot and the CDC is the only political party that have trust in to transform such a deplorable living condition they are going through.

In separate remarks, the Chairman of the Youth League assured the people of Korkor Davis Town that the party will ensure that they have a conducive environment for farming, he said the CDC led government will revisit the Equatorial Palm Oil and the Liberia Agriculture Company concession agreements, stating that the people of Grand Bassa district 3 and 4 deserve better living.

**Source - FrontpageAfrica

Last changed: Jan 31 2016 at 10:13 PM