Banjor in Lower Virginia, Montserrado County District ’17.’ was a scene of disturbances on Saturday, when angry partisans of the opposition Congress for Democratic Change, CDC, protested against the Party’s lawmaker, Moses Acarus Gray.
Representative Gray had gone to Banjor to address an intellectual forum, when angry CDCians demanded that he gives account of money raised from the Party’s dollar rally.
Two officials of the CDC in the district, Steven Johnson and Musa Foboi, threatened to campaign against the Party in all of Liberia’s 15 counties, if Representative Gray, Senator Weah and other Party officials fail to give account of the money.
Johnson and Foboi said they will tell the Liberian people not to vote the CDC to state power in 2017, if the party’s officials cannot account for proceeds from the Dollar rally.
On February 28, 2915, the CDC observed what it termed as “Blue Day”, during which the party launched its “Dollar-Rally” and inducted its officials into office.
CDC said the Dollar- Rally” was intended to raise funds to build sub-offices in Liberia’s 15 counties.