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Some executive members of the Movement for Economic Empowerment (MOVEE) have expressed dissatisfactions over the manner and form the party pledged support to the Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC) of Senator George Weah.

MOVEE through its National Chairman, D. Maxwell Kemayan last week endorsed the candidacy of Senator Weah in the runoff elections expected to take place November 7, 2017.

But some party executives said the move taken by the chairman and some few other party executives did not meet the consent of the entire leadership and members of the party.

Daniel Woart and Prince Jugbeh, deputy secretary general for press and public affairs and a prominent member within the Youth League said the party was still recovering from the defeat suffered from the just ended October 10 polls. As such, they contended the party was not prepared to endorse any party for the runoff elections.

Woart and Jugbeh appeared on a local radio station in Monrovia at the weekend to express disapproval of the action. “The defeat has not gone down well with many partisans. I cannot believe that the Movement for Economic Empowerment earned 12 to 13 thousands votes in the just ended elections, how did it happen, that is our concern as a party,” Waort said.

According to Woaet, the Party is currently focusing on how it ended with the kind of results during the October 10 polls. He disclosed that though the issue of supporting a party was raised in an executive meeting but was not concluded.

Meanwhile, Woart and his colleagues vowed to remove Kemayan from the party at all cost, adding that his presence does not mean well for the party.

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