Wednesday, June 30, 2010

'Prince Johnson Will Win 2011 General Election Out Rightly'

'Prince Johnson Will Win 2011 General Election Out Rightly'
Source: http://allafrica.com/stories/201006291105.html

29 June 2010

The National Chairman of the proposed National Union for Democracy (LNUD) Emmanuel Lomax, has declared that the party’s standard bearer, Prince Johnson will out rightly and will win the country’s presidency come 2011 General and presidential Elections, ruling out the possibility of any second round.

Emmanuel Lomax, a Director General of the General Service Agency (GSA) in the despotic regime of the National Patriotic Party (NPP), is among several NNP Executives that cross over to the Nimba County Senior Senator proposed party.

The former NPP Executive now serving as close aid to senator Prince Johnson, who is also National Chairman of the proposed Liberia National Union for Democracy (LNUD) , appearing on a local radio station yesterday, June 28,2010, said his new boss, Prince Johnson, will win the nation’s highest seat, the presidency, and that there will be no way for any run off election as was done during the 2005 elections, contested between former soccer legend George Weah and now president Ellen Johnson Sirleaf.

According to Emmanuel Lomax, in the pending 2011 elections, a political party needs to win about 700,000 votes from the registered electoral voters to win the presidency and boasted that his new boss have that number to out rightly win the presidency, vowing that there will be no second round.

Speaking further, Mr. Lomax filibustered that his standard bearer is the most suitable choice for the Liberian people who is capable of providing political direction for the country, and claimed further that he is the alternative for the corrupt and failed regime of the ruling Unity Party.

The National Chairman of the National Union for Democracy disclosed that the proposed political party will shortly meet the requirements of becoming full fledge political party of Liberia, and revealed that the institution has nearly met all of the basic requirements of the Nation Elections Commission(NEC).

The former NPP Executive said his party when accredited by the electoral body ,will need not join or form collaboration with other political parties to remove the ruling Unity Party, promising that that was possible through the ballot box, and said the party has the numerical strengthen to unseat Madam Sirleaf.

“The Liberian people want Senator Prince Johnson to be president of the Republic of Liberia and we are only waiting for the 2011 General Elections for the electoral body to declare him president” he noted.

Narrating further, Emmanuel Lomax maintained that prince Johnson is the choice for the vast majority of the Liberian people across the country who he alleged, are dischanted with the failed and corrupt regime of Ellen and the Unity Party, stressing that they have unanimously decided to vote for the Nimba County senior senator as president of the Republic of Liberia, describing the senator as trustworthy and patriotic and a character who can deliver the country from the corrupt hand of President Sirleaf and the Unity Party.

Commenting on the presidential bid of Senator Prince Johnson, the National Chairman said under the presidency of his party, he said their administration will place the country under the Federal Government where power will be decentralized, resources of the country will be widely used, and that corruption will be number one of the Prince Johnson led government as opposed to the Unitary Government where power is not decentralized and that corruption was the order of the day.

Remarking on the credibility of Senator Prince Johnson to lead the country as the alternative to replacing Madam Sirleaf, Emmanuel Lomax revealed that during the war the Senator discovered the key to the vault of then National Bank of Liberia and when Amos Sawyer became Interim president, he said , Sawyer turned the key over with the amount of 7 Million United States Dollars, something according to him, was an empirical evidence that the senator is trustworthy, and is capable to providing political guidance to the Liberian people as opposed to any other individual wanting to become president of the country.

He commended President Sirleaf for the able leadership she has provided and continues to provide to war wearied Liberians, but called on her to give way to Senator Prince Johnson, stressing that Ellen is too old to lead the country, and if the president is intransigence to yield to the advice, the party has the strength politically to retire her from the presidency through the ballot box.

He said the Liberian people are tired with president Sirleaf and the Unity party who have failed them through bad governance with corruption toping the list, and that they were not prepared to vote for the Unity Party and Ellen for the second time, as doing so would suggest to beg for more suffering.

The chairman of the National Union for Democracy also averred that the proposed party draws its strength from the camp and community of the former fighters and the vast majority of the Liberian people who he said, were suffering across the country due to the poor policy of the UP Government, and that his political institution is the hope and aspiration of the new Liberia that has the road mat to prosperity, economic growth and development, justice and equality, and the rule of law regardless of race, sex and creed.

Due to the numerical strength of the proposed part, Emmanuel Lomax indicated that there will be no room for the party to form merger, coalition or collaboration with any other political groupings during the pending 2011 General elections, and added that the party is one hundred percent sure that political parties will want to join them to unseat the old lady from the Executive Mansion.

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