Today, I spent 2.5 hours in a meeting with individuals from Europe and America. I initially vowed never to mention the name Sirleaf again, but now I’ll refer to her as Sirleaf. She, along with Medina Wesseh and ANC, seems to be planning actions that could lead to an interim government. This election has moved beyond being about Weah or Boakai; it now appears that Sirleaf-backed Cummings might resort to violence to achieve their goals.
Our priority should be to prevent this. Rather than CDC and UP becoming victims, they should be vigilant against potential threats from Ellen Sirleaf, Medina Wesseh, Mary Mbroh, etc. It’s unfortunate that Boakai and Weah are caught up in this situation. We should work towards ensuring a fair victory for Boakai. Weah should consider collaborating with Boakai to address the concerns around Sirleaf’s actions as she nears the end of her political career.
Furthermore, it’s important to note that Boakai is currently leading with 53.7% of the votes, making him the likely next president of Liberia. However, Sirleaf’s refusal to accept this outcome raises concerns that she and her associates may be preparing the ground for violence as her last act in politics. It is imperative that we find peaceful and democratic solutions to these political tensions.
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