Prior to booking membership with her new party, she spent over five years with the Liberty Party as executive member, serving as Special Assistant to the Chairman, Officer-in-charge of the party’s headquarters and National Treasurer.
Speaking at the CDC’s headquarters in Congo Town, the Montserrado County District #4 Representative aspirant said she is not only an individual and a face but a voice that can bring people.
“I am very humble to be with one of our country’s most popular and proudest sons, Senator Weah; and one of the most powerful female advocates, Senator Taylor. Today, CDC has made one of the greatest histories by bringing me over, I am not only a face, but a voice and a force,” he said.
The former LP staunch member told some partisans of the CDC that the party made her to believe they have high regard for females and they should be proud of allowing another female political soldier to be part of them.
In the wake of Madam Scott’s resignation, it has been alleged that the political leader of the party, Cllr. Charles W. Brumskine favored aspirant Soko Sackor on the party’s ticket in Montserrado County District # 4 instead of Scott.
After her resignation on Tuesday of this week, In front of her supporters, Madam Scott is said to have removed LP-10 license plates, Liberty Party banners and stickers from a white jeep.
“People never valued me, they are wondering why I joined the CDC. As CDCians, we will go all out to campaign and make Senators Weah and Taylor as president and vice president in October 2017,” she added.
Despite her defection, Madam Scott commended the LP for the opportunity given her to serve and become a face of the party.
It can be recalled recently the LP experienced the exit of Dr. Samuel Gba Benette, a former staunch partisan, and businessman Matthew Fairplay Joe, who left and joined the CDC.
For his part, the Standard Bearer of the CDC, Senator George Weah, lauded the decision of his new partisan, promised to protect and stand by her in District #4.
The Liberian Lawmaker disclosed that he has observed that many CDCians working in government are always afraid to discuss their party, for fear being sacked.
Moreover, he said, the CDC government will give every Liberian the privilege to discuss their various political parties without threat of jobs.