CDC’s Bomi County youth wing chairman Boima Foday said the coalition is aware that some people used the popularity of the party to ascend to positions, but at the same time serve other political parties.
Speaking to journalists in Monrovia yesterday Mr. Foday described some of those who crossed carpet from the CDC to other parties as “double agents” bent on using the party to rise in society, “therefore their exodus does not scare us.”
He averred that while many are leaving more are joining the party on a daily basis, but the party remains mute on making publicity on those coming to join the CDC.
He noted that their departure has made the CDC to become particularly wary about people wishing to run on the party ticket.
Foday described Mr. Gbala and Senator Coleman as traitors that should not even be trusted by any political party in the country.
He said since the departure of former President Charles Taylor from the country, Senator Peter Coleman who claimed to be a citizen from Grand Kru, never made any positive impact on the lives of the people even when he used the CDC to become Senator.
Foday claimed that Mr. Coleman is a detractor of the National Patriotic Party who failed to join his revolutionary brothers to restructure the party even when he was Health Minister in the Taylor-led administration.
He also described Mr. Kanio Gbala as a “stooge” who has been used by renegades of the other oppositions to abandon the CDC.
The Bomi youth wing chairman called on CDcians around the country not to be deterred by the recent exodus of people from the party, noting, “the mighty CDC is stronger than ever before.”