Run-off Election, The Battle Line Drawn

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TOMORROW, OCTOBER 24, the National Elections Commission (NEC) is expected to release the final results of the October 10, 2023 presidential and legislative elections.

THIS DECLARATION MEANS no one presidential candidate of the 20 candidates who opted for the presidency reached the threshold of fifty plus one percent to be declared winner of the presidential race.

CLEARLY, THE GOVERNING Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC) and former governing Unity Party (UP) are the competing political parties Liberians have to decide which one to steer the affairs of the country for the next six years.

WE SEE THE prevailing political situation as a process of smooth transition of our once disintegrated governance system which left unforgettable scars on the citizenry that cannot easily be ignored.

IN OUR OPINION, democracy is gradually but surely taking root in a country once considered a failed or paralyzed state.

WE USE THIS medium to challenge in unequivocal terms, Liberians to make resounding decision on the date of the run-off, void of prejudice, falsehood, hatred, misinformation, disinformation and personal greed, the leadership of substance, development, dependable struggle and inclusivity for the common good of Liberians, irrespective of class, bigotry and self-centeredness.

IN A NUTSHELL, the presidential run-off election is a must; the battle line is now drawn and we all must go for it.

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