The Weah-Taylor 2023 Campaign Committee of the Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC) has frowned on the action of some of its supporters who marched the streets toting a casket on Saturday during the official start of the period of political campaign for the Presidential and Legislative elections in October.

Terming them as “over-exuberant supporters,” the CDC Campaign Committee said in a statement released here that the body re-commits itself to the conduct of an issue-based campaign that emphasizes the exceptional record of development and good governance of His Excellency President George M. Weah, while also stressing the importance of maintaining a peaceful democratic environment.

This action, according to the statement signed by Lenn Eugene Nagbe,National Campaign Manager of the Weah-Taylor 2023 Campaign Committee, “is unacceptable and does not represent the set of activities that have been envisioned to characterize this crucial democratic exercise.”

The committee said it believes that the unprecedented gains the Weah Administration has made over the years provide sufficient nuggets for a massive victory in the upcoming elections, urging everyone working towards this ultimate goal to remain on message.

“The Committee wishes to thank all partisans, auxiliaries, and supporters for their steadfast commitment to ensuring the re-election of President Weah and urges them to continue to work hard, rain or shine, until the resounding victory is achieved,” it indicated.


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