‘CDC Will Win Runoff Out Rightly’ -Rep. Fallah


By Chris F. Pewu (Intern)

Montserrado County District #5 Representative, Thomas P. Fallah, is very optimistic that the Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC) will win an absolute majority in the scheduled November 7 runoff election.

Rep. Fallah gave the assurance to supporters yesterday, shortly after Senator Prince Y. Johnson, standard bearer of the opposition Movement Democratic Reconstruction (MDR), endorsed the presidential bid of the CDC standard bearer, Senator George Weah, at a well-attended ceremony in Monrovia.

“The coming on board of Sen. Johnson indicates that Sen. Weah will win the November 7 runoff smoothly,” Fallah assured.

Rep. Fallah, who was re-elected at the just ended October 10 polls for a third term on the ticket of the CDC, said Sen. Weah will triumph overwhelmingly in the runoff.

“The name CDC has been ringing in the ears of Liberians in all parts of the country, so Liberians know what we bring to the table. We are here to transform this country and the mandate to do that will be given to us on November 7,” he said.

The Montserrado County District #5 Lawmaker lauded Sen. Johnson for choosing the CDC, noting, “The choice of sen. Weah is the best choice that Liberians should approve of instead of going the other way, because no party this time can deliver Liberians from the hand of hardship.”

Rep. Fallah called on the masses to vote wisely and peacefully to push the country’s developmental agenda.


  1. Let the voters beware!!!

    The winning of this November 7th run-off election is predicated neither on the popularity of CDC party presidential candidate, George Weah, nor on his endorsement from Prince Johnson. Also the winning of this run-off election is neither based on the vast experience of UP presidential candidate, Vice President Joseph Bokai. The winning of this run-off will solely rest on the mercy of low voters’ turn out.

    Many Liberian voters are already fatigued from the grueling process experienced in the first round of the over-crowded field of so-called presidential candidates. This bad experience of selecting a candidate for president from an over-crowded field alone was in self a turn off coupled with the poor performance by the NATIONAL ELECTION COMMISSION that will cause many frustrated Liberians from coming back for a second dose of run-off election frustration.

    There were just too many so-called presidential candidates to choose from that overwhelmed the inadequate logistical infrastructure in carrying out the Oct. 10th election. The irregularities in the Oct. 10th election were too numerous: some irregularities were the late opening of polling stations; people standing in the wrong precincts’ lines for hours; unprofessional poll workers; names not found on voters roll; impassable roads; many invalid ballots; and the list goes on and on.

    Therefore, the utterance of Rep. Fallah that Senator Weah is going to win the run-off out right because of PYJ support is ludicrous. If Weah wins this election, it will be by the mercy of low voters turn-out and what is called frustrated “Liberian Voters’ Fatigue” caused by the poor performance of NEC chairman Jerome George Korkoya and his team.

    When voting in this run-off, we should not only look at the presidential candidate; we should also look at his pick for vice president. Remember, he/she will be second-in-command if something were to happen to the president elect.

    “Caveat Emptor”…….Let the buyer beware!!

    May God bless Liberia as we struggle to make a wise choice that could make or break Liberia!!!!!!

  2. CDC is not good for Liberia development… Liberian should not trust these self-centered criminals. So vote Boika for better Liberia

  3. I see that Nimba is a battleground county. Once a Johnson stronghold, the county at the present time hangs in the balance. Johnson is understood by the Nimbaians to be a turncoat. Politically, Johnson is tarnished. His reputation is on the ropes.

    The Boakai camp has an opportunity in Nimba county! A very good opportunity that was unexpectedly made possible because of Johnson’s endorsement of senator Weah. In and if itself, an endorsement is a good thing that people do all the time. But in this particular case, Johnson endorsed senator Weah without consulting the members of his base. In order to utilize this opportunity wisely, Boakai and his team of surrogates must visit the county of Nimba almost daily and give meaningful assurances to the voters. Additionally, Boakai’s running mate, Mr. Nuquay must visit all of Margibi’s districts, towns, villages and municipal areas on a daily basis to rally support for UP forces.
    A runoff that at one time seemed to be locked up by the CDC camp is presently unlocked.

  4. The choice of sen. Weah is the best choice that Liberians should approve of instead of going the other way, because no party this time can deliver Liberians from the hand of hardship.

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