Clinton Paye Quee, the valedictorian of the 103rd graduating class at the University of Liberia, has put an end to the debate that CDCIans are uneducated.
He made this known during an appreciation program for all Coalition for Democratic Change members who have graduated from the state-run university in Congo Town.
Speaking at the ruling establishment’s national headquarters, Quee stated that becoming a valedictorian in any higher learning institution, especially in mathematics and physics, is a daunting task.
He accepted the challenge when he heard citizens, particularly members of the opposition community, claiming that CDCians are not the smartest people in the country. Today, the debate is dead.
In his speech, the UL 103rd graduating class valedictorian encouraged other CDC members to follow in his academic footsteps and brand the party as a beacon of light.