Masses Welcome Weah To Kakata

Montserrado County Senator and Standard Bearer of the opposition Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC), George Weah and delegation visited Kakata City, Margibi County Friday and were met on arrival by multitudes of citizens.
And if the message of CDC which is a “Change for Hope” is resonating well everywhere, the citizens came out in their thousands with singing, dancing and carrying placards.As George Weah convoy enters the bridge near the Booker Washington Institute (BWI), it was inundated with people who walk alongside his convoy until it made a stop in central Kakata City.
People climbed in trees and on top parked cars to at least catch a glance at the “Man they say will lead the nation come October 10, 2017.”
People came from all walks of life in the city and its environs, as CDC officials disembarked their vehicles to talk to them.
Weah told the people of Kakata that “Change is  inevitable,” but urged them to turn out in full and vote. He said that only their votes for the CDC will bring them the desire change for hope.
The CDC Standard Bearer who promised to do anything to win these elections has brought in lot of logistics for the elections.
Weah brought into the country a container filled assorted campaign paraphernalia. The container was parked in the courtyard of the headquarters of the CDC to be unloaded.

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