Disagreeing with CDC! Party stalwart, Phil Dixon jumps in Montserrado Senatorial race

A member of the ruling party has again jumped in the Montserrado Senatorial race after relinquishing his Deputy Ministerial role recently.

Atty. Phil Tarpeh Dixon who has been one of the legal luminaries of the party said it was time for the actual reason for the birth of the party to be manifested.

He said the party, amongst many reasons, was birthed to give the youthful generation a space to carry out their fullest potential and not to be benchwarmers.

Last time he put out a fight to contest against Paulita Wie, who was later defeated by Darius Dillon, he was requested to relax his intention; however, in 2020 an incumbent lawmaker has again been picked by his party, something he disagrees with. ‘Thomas Fallah is not an option,’ he stated

At a recently held petitioning ceremony in Caldwell, the former Deputy Labor Minister frowned on incumbent lawmakers contesting, which could eventually call for a by election and burden the already tough economy.

He said the government that he made could not be exerting every avenue to resuscitate a broken economy at the same time funding already seated lawmakers that could create more economic hurdles.

Phil comes to the race with huge advocacy history dating as far back as the Angel Tokpah rape protest, Lil Alvin Wisseh amongst others.

As a student trailblazer, Phil dominated Montserrado youthful exuberance for a very long time and could likely attract people of said background.

This is the second time a disenchanted CDCIAN is surfacing in the Montserrado race, Madam Jamima Wolokollie similarly raised contentions and has since announced she too will be a candidate.

With the CDC expected to face incumbent Darius Dillon, these distractions are likely to cause a stir and sweep them off anything that comes close to victory.

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