Findley Apologizes to angry supporters


The senator-elect of Grand Bassa County Gbehzohngar Findley has apologized to the residents and citizens of the county who are disenchanted with the decision he took to endorse the presidential bid of President George Weah in the run-off election. Speaking Monday with Ableejay Radio, Senator Findley said that he is very sorry for the decision. According to him, his decision was not intended to hurt or harm anybody but regrettably, people are disappointed about it. “My decision was a political decision that required me to take a side and not sit on the fence and be a spectator in the process”, he said. The Senator-elect served as Foreign Affairs Minister in the Weah – Taylor government and resigned in 2020 to contest in the special senatorial election and was defeated by Senator Nyonblee Karnga Lawrence. He also served as former Protem of the Liberian Senate for about three years in the Ellen Johnson Sirleaf government and was defeated in 2014 by Senator Jonathan Kaipay of the Liberty Party when he was seeking re-election after serving for nine years. However, Findley has somersaulted back to the Liberian Senate after surviving two defeats and succeeded in this 2023 legislative and presidential elections by winning over the incumbent senator, Jonathan Kaipay who whipped him in 2014. Hon. Findley has promised the people of Bassa electricity and the establishment of vocational institutions in each district. He vehemently believes that by supporting George Weah he can achieve his platform in the county.  By: Zahn Dehdyugar

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