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Ambassador Joseph Nyuma BOAKAI and Party leave for LOFA COUNTY

The FORMER VICE PRESIDENT JOSEPH NYUMA BOAKAI at the head of a high power Unity Party entourage is headed for LOFA COUNTY ahead of the June 28 by election in the County.

The entourage in a twenty car convoy is expected to be welcomed at St Paul bridge by stalwarts, auxiliaries and supporters of the Unity Party.

The FORMER VICE PRESIDENT,a son of Lofa County is teaming up with Former Defense Minister, Brownie J.Samukai and the Senatorial Candidate Galakpai Kortimai in one of the biggest political showdowns between the Unity Party and other parties for the Senate seat of Lofa.

With the Former Vice President is the Chair of the Former ruling party Amin Modad, Secretary General Mo Ali, Cole Bangalu Vice Chair for interparty affairs and a host of Senior Party Executives.

Auxiliaries of the Unity Party who went ahead of the delegation are already in the County to soften the ground for the standard Bearer who is expected to mount a stiff resistance against the ruling CDC.

He will be highlighting the difficulties the CDC Government has wrought on the Liberian nation and people during the campaign.

Ambassador Boakai and Party will see the electoral process under the watchful eyes of poll watchers carefully selected for this election by the Unity Party.

JNB is expected to arrive in salayea by 8 am, tour a number of towns and villages in the district before proceeding to Zorzor and onwards to voinjama the capital of Lofa County.

While in the county capital he and suite will tour quardu Gboni and sorrounding towns before going westward to kolahun, Foya and vahun.
Details will follow.