Two Parties have overwhelmingly VOTED to leave the Opposition CPP
The All Liberian Party, a political party that obtained 24,246 votes in the 2017 presidential election has agreed to leave the Four Collaborating Political Parties. The ALP obtained 1.56 percent of the last presidential election that took place in Liberia. According to my sources, the party will in the coming days conduct a news conference to officially inform the nation about its decision.
The party which is headed by a businessman turned politician (Benoni Urey) is the second member of the CPP to officially vote to leave the collaboration. The first party to take the said decision is the Unity Party, the former ruling Party recently voted to leave the collaboration but its decision is yet to be made public.
The majority members of the ‘All Liberian Party’ Executive Committee have overwhelmingly VOTED to leave the Opposition CPP ( 22 for, 3 Against, and 1 Abstain)!