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Ruling CDC Condemns Casket-Toting Partisans

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By Jenneh T. Borbor

The Security General of the Coalition for Democratic Change Jefferson Koijee has condemned some members of the party who Saturday paraded with symbolic caskets suggesting the demised of rival Unity Party leader.

He urged CDC partisans to desist from acts that could trigger violence.

President George Weah has invested so much to maintain peace as such partisans should campaign and stay away from acts that does not signal peace, Koijee said
Saturday at the party’s headquarters in Monrovia.

Koijee told partisans that the elections can be won by encouraging Liberians through their attitude.

“We thinks that this is not politics. This country has come too far. Our political leaders has invested into the peace of this country.

“So, we frown on those partisans. We want to say the act today that was demonstrated on the streets of Monrovia is totally unacceptable to this party. We do not support it

“CDCians please refrain from violence. Do not get in any form of violence. If they do anything to you stay away from them go and campaign.”

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