Byron Brown, the former representative of Grand Bassa County district number 4, has issued a warning to Liberians against electing Amb. Joseph Nyumah Boakai as president, citing his leadership as disastrous.
Speaking at a town hall meeting that brought together citizens from different political parties, Mr. Brown urged Grand Bassa County residents to reject Amb. Boakai, whom he referred to as “sleeping Joe”.
He further stated that Liberia does not need a president who would not prioritize the well-being of its citizens and described Amb. Boakai as a man who does not recognize people and cannot make independent decisions.
Mr. Brown also argued that what Liberia needs is a leader with strong corporate leadership skills, not someone who has worked in almost all of the governments.
He urged the citizens of Grand Bassa County to support Mr. Cummings as the way forward for Liberia.
Brown emphasized that Liberia’s problem is not about who has spent 42 years in government or who is the oldest person, but rather who has the ability to manage the country’s affairs effectively.