Musa Hassan Bility, Chairman of the opposition Collaborating Political Parties (CPP) and National Chairman of the Liberty Party, has promised that he will deliver the Liberty Party to the people of Grand Bassa County this Saturday, May 27, 2023, in a manner that will bring smiles upon the faces of all Bassa.
Bility, a Mandingo man, is very aware of unwelcome parties taking control of a party that a certain group has birthed, and does not want that to happen to the people of Bassa.
He also plans to bring along a generous offering of development to the county in the form of a modern radio station, solar lights for more than 50 towns, and machines to repair the roads.
For the occasion, Bility will even be building the first-ever national headquarters of the Liberty Party in Grand Bassa County, courtesy of a generous gift of land from a prominent Bassa citizen, who will remain anonymous until the 27th.
Confidently, Chairman Bility has made two bold bets to insure the success of the CPP going into the runoff election after October 10, 2023.
He has promised his home and US$1 million if the CPP does not make it to that round. Additionally, he has guaranteed to resign as Chairman of the CPP if the crowd at the venue on the 27th is not three times the size of that of Nyonblee Karnga’s most recent endorsement of the Boakai-Koung team.
Bility has proudly gone on to explain how he has been accommodating of the Liberty Party ever since he joined it, having invested his own funds into it and having appointed Darius Dillon as a spokesperson.
He has made it his goal to return the party to the people of Bassa in a form that pays tribute to its role there.