In wake of the pending political parties’ primaries in the country, the ruling Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC) branch in Grand Kru County has a new leadership.
According to report from the county, the new interim leadership is charged with the responsibility to reactivate the party branch in that county which has been dormant for the past two years.
At a mass meeting held in Barclayville recently, the members admitted the inactiveness of the party and requested its total overhaul and reactivation.
At the meeting, several members were named to lead the reactivation Committee.
Those named were Messr. Togba Tuwray, Chairman; Edward Mortee, Vice Chairman for Administration; S. Bobby Teah, Co-Chairman for Mobilization and Recruitment; Solomon Jacob, Vice Chairman for Operations; and Timothy Jah, Secretary General.
The CDC Grand Kru County branch was chaired by Sylvester Tugbe, who was alleged to have resigned and turned his portfolio over to one Albert Gadder.
Gadder himself is said to have since abandoned his position in the county and moved to Monrovia.
The new acting chair of the branch, Togba Tuwray pledged to uphold the confidence of the CDC partisans in the county and vowed to do everything to work in time to hold the pending party primaries.
Mr. Tuwray indicated that it is embarrassing to see the ruling party dormant in the home county of the party’s standard-bearer, President George Weah.
He promised to make the party active and productive in Grand Kru.