Rep. Joseph Set For Mont. Senatorial Race
-Wins Primary On White Ballot
By Anthony Selmah
Montserrado County District # 13 Representative, Saah H. Joseph on Monday April 2, 2018 won the Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC) primary to contest on the party ticket in the pending by-Senatorial election of Montserrado County.
Making remarks at the well-attended program that was held at the party’s Congo Town headquarters Rep Joseph lauded executives of the party as well-as supporters for giving him the opportunity to contest on the party’s ticket in the coming Montserrado County Senatorial by-election.As there was no one to go against Representative Saah Joseph in the CDC party’s primary elections,he won on a white ballot.
According to him, the executives, and supporters of the CDC have not made any mistake in allowing him to contest on the CDC ticket in the Montserrado County Senatorial race.
The CDC lawmaker in the lower House further stated that the decision made by partisans of the party was in the right direction and is laudable.
Representative Joseph who is commonly called the Ebola hero in every part of the Country assured Liberians throughout the country of his fullest support if elected at the Liberian Senate.
The Montserrado county lawmaker emphasized that the citizens of Montserrado County will not be let down, if he is elected as their senator.
Representative Joseph informed supporters of the party that if elected, he is going to be working with members of the upper house by introducing laws that would be in the interest of the citizens.
For his part, the acting Chairman of the CDC MulbahMorlu described Representative Joseph as the right choice for the people of Montserrado County.
According to him, the CDC Montserrado County district#13 lawmaker is the person best suited for the position ashe can best represent the citizens’ interests at the level of the upper house.
The CDC Chairman added that over the years Representative Joseph has been very hard working in the discharge of his duty.
He therefore called on partisans of the CDC to give their fullest support to Representative Joseph in the pending Senatorial by- election to fill the vacant seat left by ex-senator and CDC leader President George Manne hWeah.