MONROVIA – Senator J. Milton Teahjay of Sinoe County has officially endorsed Joseph N. Boakai, the presidential candidate for the Unity Party (UP), ahead of the highly anticipated runoff elections in Liberia on November 14th. Teahjay said his decision carries significant implications and will sway the opinions of many voters.
Announcing his endorsement on Monday during a press conference in Monrovia, Senator Teahjay emphasized the importance of his decision, stating that it would have a notable impact on the electorate. “My endorsement of Joseph N. Boakai is not just symbolic; it is a testament to my unwavering belief in his capabilities and vision for Liberia,” Teahjay stated.
Teahjay, who is known for his vocal opinions and influence, mentioned that his endorsement would extend beyond mere support. He pledged to actively campaign and work tirelessly to ensure Boakai’s victory in the runoff elections. The senator believes that Boakai’s track record and experience make him the best candidate to lead the country and steer it toward progress.
During the press conference, Teahjay expressed his confidence in Boakai’s ability to address key issues such as economic growth, youth empowerment, infrastructure development, and education. He emphasized the need for a leader who can bring tangible change to Liberia and noted that Boakai possesses the necessary qualities to accomplish this.
Teahjay’s endorsement is significant, considering his stature and influence in Since County. As a prominent figure within his community, he garners support from various groups and has a proven track record in rallying voters. Many political observers believe that Teahjay’s endorsement will sway a considerable number of undecided voters toward the UP candidate.
As the runoff elections draw closer, the endorsement of influential figures like Senator Teahjay could play a critical role in shaping public opinion. With his active involvement in the campaign, Teahjay’s efforts to garner support for Boakai are likely to leave a lasting impact on voters in Since County and beyond.
Ultimately, the outcome of the November 14th elections will determine whether Teahjay’s endorsement and active support can make a significant difference, potentially propelling Joseph N. Boakai to the presidency of Liberia.