…Whapoe Picks Running Mate
Dr. Jeremiah Z. Whapoe, Standard Bearer of the Vision for Liberia Transformation (VOLT) has cautioned Liberians against electing politicians with ‘blood on their hands.’
Although, Dr. Whapoe did not name the politicians with ‘blood stained hands’ but said it would be a wrong decision to elect individuals, who have blood on their hands.
He made the statement on Tuesday, July 11, 2017 when he named Isaac Flowers as his running mate for the October 2017 elections.
Mr. Flowers, a native of Bomi County, is former Assistant Agriculture Minister and consultant at the FAO.
He is an educator, who owns the Royal Christian Foundation Institute in Paynesville.
Whapoe’s selection of Flowers was based on a decision from VOLT Executive Committee.
Dr. Whapoe disclosed that Flowers was best suited because he shared similar vision to emancipate Liberia from poverty through mechanized farming.
In brief remarks, Mr. Flowers, 64, lauded Dr. Whapoe for selecting him as his running mate. Flowers assured Whapoe of his unflinching support to the party.