Rep. Cole Vows to Renew His Membership in Bong Caucus; Wants Sen. Moye Steps Down as Chairman

GBARNGA, BONG COUNTY – Bong County Electoral District#3 Representative Josiah Marvin Cole has described the Bong Legislative Caucus as “an association of men and women who are illegitimately presiding over the County’s Development fund.

Rep. Cole said the Caucus is not a legitimate body with due constitutional backing (Right), but rather an association of brutal men and women leading at the detriment of the common people.

“If Moye remains Chairman of the Caucus, I will remain ousted till my six years come to an end,” Rep. Cole re-emphasized.

The vocal CDC Lawmaker said his resignation from the Bong County Legislative Caucus, now “association” is intended to secure his life and provide due protection for his family, given the Senator’s nefarious track records in the County’s body politics.

Hon. Cole is quoted as saying “Senator Moye masterminded the untimely removal of his confidants, Hon. George Mulbah and Hon. Tokpah John Mulbah, he even gave me $50,000.00 LD by then to contest against Hon. Mulbah, and further plotted Albert Hills Jr. against Hon. Tokpah John Mulbah in 2017 to remove them from their posts as Representatives.”

Meanwhile, Rep. Cole vowed to renew his membership to the said association, if Senator Moye steps down as Chairman and allow Senator Johnny Kpehe Sr. or Hon Prince Konah of Electoral District#1 to take over as chair based on intelligence and people who are willing to see the County develop, but not Moye signed blank cheque, stole the Kokoyah people’s money and insulted them over it.

He said Senator Moye lacks the pedigree to chair the Bong County Legislative Caucus because of his diversity and corrupt nature in the County.

The Bong County Electoral District#3 Representative who announced his resignation as a member of the Bong County Legislative Caucus recently, cited several reasons for his decision.

Amongst other things, Rep. Cole attributed his decision to the alleged political fights orchestrated by Senator Moye against eminent sons and daughters of the county including him to deface their efforts in the development of the county.

Rep. Cole pointed accusing fingers at Senator Prince Moye for allegedly encouraging students of the Bong County Technical College (BCTC) to stage protests against the administration of Dr. Roland Massaquoi to get him out of the college.

Rep. Cole furthered that Senator Moye’s alleged involvement in undermining the progress of sons and daughters of the county to get them out of their positions shows that he (Moye) is totally against the development of Bong County; adding that he (Cole) cannot work with the Senator in any organization.

The Bong lawmaker made the statement when he appeared as a guest on the Voice of Bong Radio on Saturday, March 2, 2024 which was relayed on several radio stations. By Patrick Stephen Tokpah

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