Did the Office of President Support Today’s Violent Protest in Grand Gedeh?

by The People News

Monrovia – Special Aide to President George M. Weah, Sekou Kalasco Damaro today posted a picture of the late former Liberian President Samuel K. Doe minutes after the commencement of a violent protest staged by aggrieved CDCians in Grand Gedeh County.

Grand Gedeh is the home of the late President Samuel Kanyon Doe who is widely considered the godfather of the county because of his enormous contributions to the county and its people during his presidency.

Earlier today, several aggrieved partisans of the ruling Coalition for Democratic Change staged a violent protest in Zwedru calling for the “unconditional and immediate” departure of Montserrado County District no. 10 Representative Yekeh Kolubah, who, from the County.

Representative Yekeh Kolubah is a staunch critic of the Weah-led government and is on the Collaborating Political Parties (CPP) delegation currently touring the Southeast.

Political pundits are claiming that the action of Sekou is a clear indication that the Office of the President endorses the action of his partisans in that part of the country.

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