It has been 6rys since the Liberian masses elected Mr. Weah as President of Liberia. Like all
rational people in history, they did so in search of better living conditions which encompass
access to quality education, good and affordable healthcare, agricultural productivity and food
security, and security and the protection of basic human rights. Having these things in mind,
especially with the obligation to seek betterment and enhancement in their living conditions, the
people would go to gamble on the ballot in 2017 to entrust their hopes and aspirations in the
hands of the CDC as an institution that they thought could assure them of the tailwind of a fresh
and new beginning in national development. Conversely, such a gamble has proven to be a
futile yet frivolous one. Today, under the President of Mr. Weah the nation continues to suffer the
bloody scars of corruption, economic inequality, administrative inadequacy, and, kleptocratic
Sadly, 6yrs down the line in national governance, it is now physically profound to express that
the Republic stands at a climatical point where the country is decaying due to amplified and
intensified misrule that is tagged with gross administrative inadequacy and scantiness. The
nation now has a leadership that is a host of glutinous and covetous rascals that defines the
theory of governance as a process of self-enrichment and aggrandizement at the detriment of
the whole nation instead of seeking the welfare of the people through dignified administrative
governance that inspires nationalism and patriotism. It is now an uncontested fact that traitorous
thievery has been normalized, standardized, and formalized in Mr. Weah’s criminal paradise of a
fiasco government. The homeland is in the hands of not just one of the worst tragedies ever in
the country’s history, but also the least yet fraudulent collection of people who are so bereft of
statecraft. The last five years have been very turbulent and nauseatingly irksome for the
Liberian people as discontent, hopelessness, and frustration overwhelm them due to the poor
leadership that presides over the Liberian public administration. Liberia is at a critical juncture
where the path to progressive state-building remains elusive to the people, with no hope, and
horror has become the official symbol of the country. Bad times and crises have befallen the
people thus subjecting the masses of the Liberian people to horror and the furnace of hermitical
social throes and whirling economic despondency.
On the Economy:
Mr. Weah in a shortsighted understanding of the focal engine of macroeconomic stability which
depends on the improvement of Inflation, Gross Domestic Product, and Unemployment, went on
yesterday to say that the Liberian economy is an exception in the West African Sub-region.
How came an exceptional economy in the subregion cannot account for one Foreign Direct
Investment after six years? How come an exceptional economy that is professed to have
macroeconomic stability cannot account for job creation and economic empowerment of the
Liberian people? How come a so-called stable economy only generates economic hardship and
poverty for the people? Weah should ask Tweah to tell the Liberian which theory of economics
argues this concept. Again, Weah went on to hallucinate that he inherited 30% inflation in 2018
and it’s now at 7%., a boldface half-truth. Inflation was at 12% when Weah took over in 2018. It
was due to the gross incompetence and inability of the Weah government to properly manage
the economy of the country that fast-speeded inflation to 31% in 2019. A situation that caused
serious hardship for the Liberian people and incapacitated the government from regularly paying
civil servants on time. This was when Tweah had to sneak into donors' consolidated accounts to
settle civil servants' salaries. If Weah has forgotten, we haven’t! Weah claims the economy is
doing well because there has been a stable exchange rate for over two years. What he fails to
understand is that increased economic productivity as a result of an artificial smoothening by the
IMF Structural Adjustment Programs is not an impetus for sustainable economic recovery. The
day IMF stops rolling loans to the government, the economy will get more deplorable than it is.
This is not how a vibrant economy is built. How is inflation reduction meaningful when prices of
basic commodities on the Liberian market are at a skyrocketing pace? But again, Weah doesn’t
know these things. He just read whatever is given to him by Tweah. On this issue of GDP as a
determinant of macroeconomic stability, Mr. Weah inherited a GDP of 3.26Billion and currently, it
is estimated to be around 3Billion. What progress has been made on this front that can be
culminated into growth? Unemployment is ever-heightening as there has been no program to
programs to create jobs for the people. Perhaps, it’s under the Sacremore Tree that there can
be macroeconomic stability without improvements in the GDP and Unemployment rates of the
The nation is now overwhelmed by economic decadence if not paralysis. Instead of the
government normalizing a prosperous economy, the government has normalized an economy
that suffers stagflation where there is low economic growth, high inflation, and a high
unemployment rate. Under George weah, inflation has consumed real wages while the real
wage bill of civil servants remains static even though the cost of basic commodities is rapidly
snowballing. The scourge of inflation has struck economic wounds on the masses of the
Liberian people and left them to wager in hopelessness and hunger. In the hunger index, Liberia
ranks 113th out of 121 countries. This indicates that Liberia is a starving nation amongst the
comity of nations. The nation's ranks in the human development index are also appalling and
awful. Out of 192 countries, Liberia ranks 178 next war zone countries. As our direct victim of
these conditions, we are holding the government of Mr. Weah responsible as the government is
the creator of these conditions. Under the Weah administration, the multidimensional poverty
rate has grown to 52.3 and the vulnerable population to multidimensional poverty is 23.3. This
shows to the world and the people that the musical president has skilled the Liberian masses
into poverty. As the PADP promised 1 million jobs in 6yrs, youthful employment remains all-time
high as means of employment remain partisanship, whereby denying qualified and skilled
Liberians the opportunity to serve their homeland. Amid all these challenges, president weah
abandoned the economy on numerous occasions to either make music or honeymoon abroad in
useless travels that have brought no benefit to the country.
Pres. Weah promises to take Liberians from the audience or spectator seat of the economy to a
more active, involved, and participative position where the people can earn a decent lifestyle.
Unfortunately, the people have become decorated onlookers and unshakable bystanders of the
economy as the president and his collection of criminal cliques and foreign capitalists suck and
enjoy the fabric of the economy. Today, 1 million jobs and the liberalization policy is abandoned
behind the lip service of incarceration while they prioritize their cronies and foreign capitalist
allies in the economy. We want to categorically state that president weah has failed and
damaged the Liberian economy. The Liberian people must be told that Mr. weah couldn’t
stabilize the economy for 6yrs in service. All these years the people have been faced with
mounting economic challenges as prices skyrocket on industrial skill and the government
heartlessly reduced the salary of civil servants. The wage bill of teachers, officers, nurses,
doctors, army personnel, and civil servants remains very low while the economic thugs of the
Weah-led government are criminally enriching themselves and sunbathing in opulence at the
disservice of the people.
Mr. Weah through the PAPD told the Liberian people that investment in human capital will be a
national priority. The president promised massive school enrollment and the construction of
TVET institutions to hasten national consciousness and empowerment. Lamentably for the
people and the republic, the president has disastrously failed on these promises in short,
medium, and long terms plus all other forms that one may think of. SUP is asking Mr. Weah the
following as promised in the PAPDP: why has the Early Childhood Education (ECE)
student-to-classroom ratio haven’t reduced below 50:1 in all counties? Why you have not
ensured that 70% of male and female Senior High School Students pass WASSCE with a score
of Division 1-6? Why School renovation and classroom construction in targeted counties where
ECE classes are overcrowded is still invisible? Where are the New and existing school’s
construction and upgrading of facilities? Where are the Upgraded 4 TVET institutes? Where is
the Constructed housing for teachers in remote communities?
Under the weah’s leadership, the education sector of 19,763 STAFFERS and more than 2
million students are subjected to less than 10% budgetary support even though universal
protocol obligates governments everywhere to accost 20% budgetary support to education. It is
an unarguable fact that Liberia is the only country in the ECOWAS region that is spending less
than 20% on education. What a national shame under a pro-poor government that professes to
be at the service of the people. The president has shown zero attention to the advancement of
the Education Sector for the period in national service thus far. Like other budget years, since
the inception of the weah’s administration, the current budgetary allotment of the education
sector is an insufficient 96.7M which is a drop in the ocean to handle the appalling challenges of
the sector and as well as strengthen and fortify the academic capacity of students as a way of
inspiring national development and growth. We believe the continued action of the CDC
administration to underfund the education sector is because the government is presided over by
a president who is more interested in generating wealth than providing education for the
The Agricultural Sector commands the greatest possibility of absorbing our people into
employment. The high level of unemployment in the country can only be mitigated if the
government sees the urgency to massively invest in the agriculture sector. The sector can also
assure our people of food security and adequacy. As the PAPD promises, by 2023, Liberia will
have a more competitive and diversified agricultural sector that promotes value chains for food
self-sufficiency, increased exports, job creation, and livelihood opportunities. For Liberia to
realize its potential for sustained economic growth, implementation of the LASIP II must be
accelerated. Sadly, the PAPD contains ambitious promises that aren’t backed by practical
support. Since the CDC took national office, agriculture has suffered intensified abandonment
as the budgetary support of the sector can’t reach 5% as it still drags in less than the 2% range.
The CDC of Mr. Weah has massively pulverized the hopes of the people and students,
especially the students of the University of Liberia, who are studying agriculture and hoping for
employment in the agriculture sector. In a pro-poor government that should be significantly
investing the agriculture sector, the government is allotting an insufficient 5 million to the sector.
How can this figure make any significant progress in a sector that lacks almost everything that is
required for a productive and prosperous sector? We believe that Mr. Weah has taken the
Agricultural Sector to a new chapter of food insecurity while the Liberian people are left to suffer
the consequences of malnutrition and undernourishment. The only active and functional plan we
undoubtedly believe that the government has worked with in the six years in service is to
constantly beg for food in foreign lands. Agriculture is the future of the Liberian economy any
government that is serious about initiating radical social transformation would focus much
attention on bettering the Agro sector. Not just with empty figments of the imagination of policies
but well-thought-of and scientific policies backed by practical action geared towards
empowering the local farmers with both resources and material implements.
Weah has failed to address adequately the issues concerning the health sector of the country.
After nearly 6 years, all the public health facilities across the country are deplorable state. The
Health sector is in shambles and turmoils. Curable
illnesses like Malaria and Typhoid can’t even be cured by public hospitals and medical centers.
No drugs in the hospitals and clinics. Health workers strike due to poor and delayed salaries.
Life expectancy under the Weah government remains ever-low. In Montserrado, where
everything is centralized, the people do not have any good access to affordable and quality
healthcare services. If such is the condition here, just imagine what the Liberian people in the
countryside endure. Sadly, this is the state of healthcare under Weah.
Rule of Law and National Security
On January 22, 2018, Mr. Weah took an oath to protect, preserve, and defend the constitution of
the Republic of Liberia. Unfortunately for the state, the President who took an oath to protect
and defend the Constitution degenerated into a monstrous constitutional delinquent and has
since stood on a firm ground of deviancy disrupting and violating every trend of the Constitution
like the nomination and subsequent commissioning of George Patten as Liberia Ambassador to
the United States without the consent of Liberia Senate, which undermines article 58, the delay
in conducting the National Housing and Population Census, the illegal and unconstitutional
removal of Justice Janeh from the Supreme Court Bench, just to name few. Under the Weah-led
government, the constitution and the basic laws of the country suffer willful and calculated
neglect as Mr. Weah preferably runs the country with visible dictatorial tendencies while at the
same time basking in the gutter of gross human capital bankruptcy and incompetence.
As this president came to power through constitutional adherence from his predecessor, this
president couldn’t conduct timely by-elections and the national census in line with the modus
operandi of the constitution of the country. The maritime Law of Liberia, the national lottery law
of Liberia, the unconstitutional appointment and commissioning of Liberia’s ambassador to the
United States, and the refusal of the president to declare his assets in line with the 2014 code of
conduct are all blatant violations of the organic laws of the country. Additionally, the numerous
state-sponsored attacks against innocent citizens and student leaders at the University of
Liberia are violations of the democratic laws of the people and students. We believe that the
constitution and basic laws of the republic were the most victimized in the six-year misrule of the
mafia in George Weah. As a result of the attacks on the rule of law, the Liberian people have
suffered a high level of insecurity; this has led to a high level of arm robbery and mysterious
killings of innocent Liberians like the four auditors with no proper investigation. Investors and
business people have also lost confidence in the country because of heightened insecurity.
Under Weah Liberian is a “Wrong Turn” as every day comes with a new mysterious death.
National Security is so volatile to the extent that Weah has irresponsibly asked citizens to buy
for themselves CCTV cameras. What a Banana Republic Liberia has become with the
Finally, the last six years of the Weah~CDC gangster rule have condemned our people to shady
living conditions. Before their eyes, they have witnessed Weah and his cabal of social misfits
and career racketeers of cabinet amassed wealth and begin living luxury lifestyles you couldn’t
afford some years ago. They have seen the Weah gangster clique brazenly brutalize the
national treasury for their self-amusement while they go to bed with a fire in their wrangled
stomachs. Before their eyes, the masses see their children's dreams rot in the wasteland with
little or nothing to do about developing them while you and your clique live the most fashionable
level of comfort. A whole generation has gone to forceful drug and prostitution, brilliant and
talented young people, yet after five years, you do nothing about these situations. The masses
in the shantytowns and ghetto communities who have known and lived hunger, despair, and
frustration are the motor forces that are going to determine whether you will return to the
Executive Mansion after October this year. The masses you promised to create jobs for thus
alleviating 1 million of them from abject poverty, a hot air of a promise that is forever not coming,
these are the people that will determine your second term. The general and broader resilient
masses of the Liberian people whose hopes and aspirations you dashed in the pit of history
since your inception, these are the people that are going to make the supreme decision in
And given all sides equal, per the prevailing circumstances in the country and the appalling
living conditions of the the people, and in parallel with the midterm senatorial elections results, it
is undisputed that that the opposition is in the driving seat to command the support of the
Liberian in a first ballot victory. And that the only pathway to Weah and the CDC re-election is to
rig the elections and put thugs in the streets with the joint security of the country to purge fear
and intimidation in the Liberian who will are determined to put up resistance to any electoral
frauds that will make Weah president again. This is the terrible plot they have cooked and
waiting dish out in October. A dangerous situation to puts threats to the peace and democracy
of the state.
The Center Revolutionary Vanguard Movement wants to sound this caveat very resoundingly
that the will of the Liberian people in October should be respected and never be tempered with
by Weah and his criminal CDC cabal. And that the Liberian people will only settle for a free, fair,
transparent and credible elections. That anything contrary to this, Weah and his CDC gang
should be willing to kill us all because we will fiercely resist every effort along the way that will
fronts for stealing the elections to favor the CDC.
We want to say to Commissioner Davidetta Brown Lassanah, NEC chairperson, that the peace
and stability of this country lies on your shoulders and that you have the greatest task ever in
your life to maintain this peace and have our people move on with their lives and all depends on
how you and your team will go about managing these elections. Liberia and Liberians have
been through a lot and they don’t deserve anything bad to carry them backwards. We caution
you to honorably manage these processes.
The heat is on in LIBERIA TOWARD OCT 10TH ELECTION DAY,, as the government is determined in itself to rig the elections, get involved in serious violence,
manipulates and truncate our hard earned democracy, we are determined to Protect our votes and make sure our votes count, no more dark days.
7 commissioners of the elections commission were selected and appointed as follows
Brown, by the president
Co chair reeves, a CDCIAN, contested in rivercess County.
Dukuly, nominated again by brown
Morgan.. nominated by McGill
Kpanba Barsee ..nominated by Tweah
Josephine Gaye .. Pro Temp of the senate.
Floyd .. By Kogee
We call on all liberians. Friends of ours who are none liberians, to stand by us, donate to our cause and allow us elect a true leader chosen by the electorate.
God bless Liberia
The Central Revolutionary Vanguard Movement PREAMBLE/CONCEPT
Whereas the originators and ideologues of the Central Revolutionary Vanguard Movement
(CRVM), are deeply enlightened and conscious of the fact that for Liberia to sustain its
hard-earned peace and tranquility, its fledgling democracy must potentially thrive on
transparency, accountability, and credibility.
Whereas the Central Revolutionary Vanguard Movement (CRVM) is of the fundamental view
that a democracy can only be deemed vibrant, sustainable, progressive, and efficacious when
national elections are conducted freely, fairly, transparently, and credibly; and the transition of
power from one government to another is done smoothly in line with the Constitution and other
requisite laws of any given country.
Whereas we have conscientiously assembled and united by common bonds, shared heritage
and values, and national history, fully reminded of Liberia's dark and horrible past– associated
with strife, violence, and civil war caused by misrule, misgovernance, injustice, debauchery,
rigging of elections, and other excesses and anomalies, we as patriots and revolutionaries, of
Liberia, do hereby unite, with will and courage, under the banner of the Central Revolutionary
Vanguard Movement (CRVM) for the sole purpose of protecting the integrity of Liberia's
democracy through the conduct of free, fair, and credible presidential and general elections in
October 2023 and beyond.
Whereas the 2023 elections are significantly critical to the peace and stability of Liberia as well
as the future of the Liberian people, the Central Revolutionary Vanguard Movement (CRVM)
hereby dedicates itself to ensuring that these impending elections, in all aspects, against all
odds, are conducted freely, fairly, transparently, and credibly.
Whereas, the Central Revolutionary Vanguard Movement (CRVM) is forthwith conceived,
organized, and advanced to work with all well-meaning Liberians at home and abroad, as well
as Liberia's international partners, for the singular purpose of forging a collective front towards
ensuring that the 2023 elections are fairly conducted and the will and aspiration of the Liberian
people are manifested in the results of the votes to be counted at the end of the October polls.
Whereas we are fully aware as Liberians, that electoral fraud and irregularities are triggers of
violence and conflict, and Liberia, a sore victim of rigged elections, one of the casualties of its
horrifying civil conflict, we herewith commit ourselves to ensure that the votes in the impending
2023 presidential and general elections are counted with profound fairness and Liberians are
not defrauded of their votes and candidates in these elections are not robbed by any means in
this process. And by this inclination, we warn against any plot or motivation to rig these
elections, as such a counterintuitive and counterproductive move shall be met with the fiercest
resistance from the Central Revolutionary Vanguard Movement (CRVM) and the consequences
shall be proportionally daring.
Whereas, the Central Revolutionary Vanguard Movement (CRVM) shall work with Liberians and
partners of Liberia to put into place a cyber network system to detect any fraudulent attempt as
well as establish data centers manned by statisticians, mathematicians, data analysts, and
computer specialists across the country, to ensure that votes are counted fairly and the highest
standards of integrity and probity are adhered to in these historic and definable 2023 elections.
Whereas, the Central Revolutionary Vanguard Movement (CRVM) shall be fully decentralized
with Command Brigades effectively stationed in each county to thoroughly monitor the electoral
processes across Liberia, and where any act inimical and anathema to fair play, the Vanguard
Movement shall immediately resist it and take necessary actions in the interest of Liberia and its
Whereas, the Central Revolutionary Vanguard Movement (CRVM) wishes to emphasize, hereto,
that it shall not tolerate any inch of foul play and malfeasance in the conduct of the 2023 general
and presidential elections, and that we shall only accept free, fair, transparent, and credible
election results, and therefore admonish all and sundry to play fair in these elections.
And now, therefore, the Central Revolutionary Vanguard Movement (CRVM), a cross-section of
Liberian patriots and revolutionaries drawn from across the geographical spectrum of Liberia
and united under a singular purpose and goal, is hereby established to endure a free, fair,
transparent, and credible election in 2023 the opposite of same shall be vehemently resisted
Striving for Democratic Freedom, Justice, Equality, and Peace
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OPRM Endorses The "Don't Try It" Campaign–Led By Central Revolutionary Vanguard Movement
The Leader of the One People Revolutionary Movement (OPRM), General Moncio Robert Kpadeh hereby endorses the "Dont Try It Campaign" initiated and led by the Central Revolutionary Vanguard Movement–under the revolutionary and patriotic leadership of Patriot George Solo.
General Kpadeh describes the effort to protect the votes of the Liberian people as patriotic and righteous, and calls on all well-meaning Liberians to support the "Dont Try It" campaign which essentially seeks to protect the votes of the Liberian people but significantly to prevent the uttering and bastardizing of Liberia's fledgling democracy.
General Moncio Kpadeh without a stupor and dint of fear echoes a defiant caveat to the ruling establishment, the CDC, and its attending Electoral bodies and Institutions of any attempted undemocratic practice of fraud and vote tampering during these Elections on October 10, would be fiercely resisted by the masses of the Liberian people.
"The masses of the people have been let down by and governance recklessly violated and chuckled down the abyss of disproportionate neglect, sometimes, leading to a tumultuous upstir and subsequent breakdown of Democratic institutions edging to a pariah State.
Hence, the people have the right guaranteed by the constitution of the Republic to either retain the current ruling establishment or oust it through the ballot box on 10 October 2023. This fundamental right MUST be respected to the
fullest and not tempered with any measure of imagination.
"In a demonstration of our conscious and unyielding support for the "Dont Try It" campaign, the OPRM will deploy its militants in the fields–side-by-side with the patriots of the Central Revolutionary Vanguard Movement to assist in all
its initiatives that seek to protect the votes of the Liberian people, uphold and guarantee the values of the democracy, and protect the peace and tranquility of the nation.
"The Don't Try It Campaign represents a waveband of social revolutionary forces gathered to caution against any form of electoral fraud and irregularity as these are triggers of conflict. While we do intend to rehash the ugly past into
the minds of our people, it is important to remind us all that the rigging of election was one of the casualties of Liberia's fifteen years of bloodbath. This is why we must make genuine efforts to guide against any fraud in these
"Against this backdrop, we call on Central government, subregional bodies such as MRU, AU, ECOWAS, and the International community to hearken to the needful, for which many African countries are stifling under the primitive act of
banditry in modern democratic civilization", a release issued by the OPRM Secretariat started.