Handing over the symbolic keys to the Party’s National Chairman, the Vice Standard Bearer of the party, Jewel Howard Taylor said that the logistics are initial consignments that will be used in the counties for campaign purposes.
Madam Taylor noted that the logistics were procured based on the hard work of the party’s leadership, governing council and partisans.
She told members and sympathizers of the party that the 2017 presidency is for them, but reminded them that, there are lots to be done and they must be ready and prepared for the battle.
She revealed that CDC has put mechanisms in place to ensure that nothing hinders their success in the forthcoming elections, and it is now the responsibility of partisans to encourage their friends to vote for the party on October 10, 2017.
“We will leave no stone unturned; we are prepared to go from house to house, village to village, town to town and cities to cities to tell the people that, after October 10, 2017, their suffering will come to an end,” she said.
The Bong County senator added that if George Weah is elected as president and Jewel Howard-Taylor as vice president, they will never betray Liberians; stating that the coalition government will place patriotic Liberians in positions that they are prepared to lead.
The former Liberian first lady urged chairpersons, district leaders and zonal heads to go to the length and breadth of the country to tell Liberians that the time has come for change.
After receiving the keys, the National Chairman of the Coalition, Nathaniel F. McGill said that the logistics will be used for the intended purpose, and that the CDC will have one of the best campaigns in the country.
Chairman McGill said that many doubted the initial stage of the coalition’s survival, but they have proved critics wrong as they are getting stronger every day.
Meanwhile, Chairman McGill says the campaign does not require a whole year, but that his party only needs 30 days to campaign and win the presidency in the first round.