The group through its leader, Sampson Gibson Wallace said they were joining MOVEE based on the party’s commitment to transform the lives of Liberians and bring development to the country after years of disillusionment and destitution experienced from the UP-led administration for the past several years.
Mr. Wallace said they did not leave the UP mainly because of the disappointment experienced by them, but because the UP lacks the political will to unite the Liberian people and bring about economic and political reforms.
He said the party does not have any political agenda to enhance economic transformation but demand on horde of political rhetoric, characterized by corruption, embezzlement, nepotism, and sectionalism which continue to drag the West African nation into deprivation and long suffering.
Mr. Wallace said a party like the UP cannot be trusted with state power anymore and called on the Liberian people not to elect the party for the third time noting, “such will be like reducing the country to a one party state” which will be detrimental to the country’s nascent democracy.
He described the Gbarnga convention as another “mockery of the Liberian people”, because according to him, it was another waste of the Liberian people’s resources characterized by drinking wine and eating chicken jamboree to fool the Liberian people.
Receiving the group MOVEE political leader Dr. Mills Jones commended the group for making a tangible choice at the right time in their lives, and said MOVEE is a solution party to the many sufferings Liberians are undergoing.
Dr. Jones said MOVEE is the political ultimate choice for the Liberian people noting that his party does not believe in sectionalism or tribal affiliation but it is a party of all Liberians irrespective of social political and economy status.
He averred that MOVEE will transform every segment of the Liberian society including economic, political and social.
The former CBL Governor noted that under his administration he will fight hard to ensure that corruption is alleviated from his Government, and said if anyone thinks his statement is just another political rhetoric he or she must try him when he becomes President.
He called on the Liberian people to think thoroughly before making political decision at the 2017 polls.