Bureau tv News/ Dec, 16 2022
The Collaborating Political Parties (CPP) expresses sadness over the recent embezzlement of US$70,000, blame the national government for abondoreing its people as one of the factors responsible for the act.
The Collaborating Political Parties CPP has expressed sadness over the embezzlement of US$70,000 that was stolen by a special driver assigned to the party's secretary Martin Kulah.
Addressing journalists at the party's national headquarter on Friday December 16, 2022, the national chair for the presidential bid of Team Cummings, Hon Lewis Brown said the act was fasturating and disheartened on the part of the driver which has the tendency of blemishing the Party's national Rally and protest tomorrow.
According to him the party is working in close consultation with the Liberia National Police (LNP), and the Justice ministry to make sure the suspect is apprehended and face Justice.
He also hold the George Weah led government as one of the factors responsible, blaming the government for not responding to the needs of it citizens.
He pointed out the hardship in the country as a cardinal reason responsible for the suspect stealing such an amount
He then assure citizens of the party's commitment to the pending protest noting that the CPP "We Taya Suffering" Rally stand for the December 17, 2022.
At the same time the national chair for Team Cummings has refute informations about the absence of the CPP political leader Alexander Cummings from the national Rally and protest.
He said the information is not reliable, perceiving that the party's political leader will be at the event .