Former Foreign Affairs Minister Gbehzohngar Findley Loses Support for Cummings-Brumskine Ticket

It seems that former Foreign Affairs Minister Gbehzohngar Findley is finding himself alone in his support for the Cummings-Brumskine team, as many of his supporters are now disagreeing with his recent decision.

Recently, some of Findley’s staunch supporters, including Maxwell Vah and Austin Spiller, have distanced themselves from his decision to support the Cumming-Brumskine ticket.

Vah, Spiller, and others have described Findley’s decision as wrong and have disengaged themselves from it.

“We cannot be ungrateful to President Weah, who has given us top governmental positions in Liberia today,” they said in a joint press conference.

In addition, Assistant Minister Adonie Greeves is rumored to be preparing to come out in support of President Weah, leaving Findley even more isolated.

On May 27, Findley announced his full support for Alexander Cummings and Cllr. Charlyne Brumskine, calling them the best team to unseat President George Manneh Weah.

However, it appears that Findley is losing his supporters gradually due to his recent pronouncement. Many of his staunch supporters are also staunch supporters of President Weah and are not willing to switch their allegiance to Cummings.

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