EUGENE FAHNGON TO CONTEST IN 2023 GENERAL ELECTIONS
USA, DECEMBER 28, 2021-WTVNEWS: Former Deputy Information Minister Eugene Fahngon has announced plans to contest the 2023 general and Presidential Elections.
Fahngon indicated that his decision is triggered by the unfair treatment melted against him by the Weah-led government.
Early 2021, Deputy Minister Fahngon was dismissed by President George Weah after being accused of spreading false information about the government.
The former Deputy Minister stated that he will not be contesting the presidency, but either senator or representative, based upon advice from his exploratory committee. He made the disclosure Tuesday morning on the OK Morning Rush.
Speaking further on the show, Mr. Fahngon said his ambition for the Legislature will be solely for the grassroots, those he has served for the last three (3) years in the Weah-led government.
Meanwhile, the former Deputy Information Minister disclosed that he has been targeted unfairly, and stood the test of time to give an opportunity to those he called his detractors.
He used the occasion to call on his supporters to ensure a triumphant entry into the Legislature to ensure a change in the lives of the people.