I Have Joined No Political Party
-Says Abu Kamara
By Anthony Selmah
Abu Kamara, former LPRC deputy Managing Director for Administration has openly said that he has never joined a political party in his life time.
He made the assertion over the weekend during the official turning over ceremony of the Abu Development Initiative office to Senatorial Candidate Saah H. Joseph held within district# 15 Montserrado County.
Mr. Kamara further stated that the only political institution he has been part of is the Students Unification Party (SUP), which is the students based political party of the University Of Liberia (UL).Speaking further, the former LPRC boss disclosed that currently he is making consultation with family members as well as friends to cross over to the ruling Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC) of President George Manneh Weah as soon as possible.
The Abu Development Initiative Chief Executive Officer added that the CDC is his party, and that he is ready and prepared to join the party as a full member.
According to him, they are the original people who started the CDC.
He however stated that he is in full support of the government’s Pro-Poor Agenda, and then called on Liberians from all walks of the Liberian society to support the policy of the government.
The CEO of the Abu Development Initiative added that the government’s Pro-Poor Agenda is intended to work in the interests of the Liberian people.
He appealed to Liberians from all parts of the country to hold together as one and rally round the government of President Weah.
Meanwhile, he has called on all of his supporters of district# 15 to give their support to Montserrado County Senatorial Candidate Saah H. Joseph in the pending July 31, 2018 by-Senatorial election.
Mr. Kamara stated that during the outbreak of the Ebola virus in the Country, Representative Saah H. Joseph did well for the Liberian people.
He further noted that this is the time for the people of Montserrado County to pay back to Hon. Saah H. Joseph for what he did for the Liberian people during the outbreak of the Ebola.
According to him, the CDC lawmaker should be seen as a leader who means well for the Liberian people.