Julius T. Jaesen, II Writes
The dismissed Deputy Minister of Commerce and Industry, Jemima Wolokollie has vowed to contest in the upcoming senatorial election in Montserrado County against her former party, the Coalition for Democratic Change.
It can be recalled that when Madam Jemima appeared recently on a talk show program accusing the party’s Chairman, Mulbah Morlu, Thomas Fallah, Jefferson Koijee and others of tribalizing the party, she was expelled by the party immediately following her dismissal by President Weah. According to the Party, her expulsion from the party came in the wake of findings presented to the National Executive Committee of the party which found her guilty of fraud, extortion, corruption and her role in the fake loan scheme.
But appearing on a local talk show program Wednesday, July 15, 2020, Jemima Wolokollie dismissed such allegations from the party and said it is a devilish plot by four criminal men to tarnish her high earned character. However, she vowed that she will be a formidable force in the senatorial race.
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