VP Jewel Howard Taylor has spoken for the first time in national radio since she went to Ghana for medical treatment months ago for COVID19.
Speaking to state run LBS Thursday, the VP said recuperation for her now sits around 75% and she remains hopeful that she will return home soon.
The Liberian VP fell short of naming her candidate for Bong County, her stronghold despite her party, the Coalition for Democratic Change already naming incumbent Senator Henry Yallah as their candidate.
Senator Taylor said her one vote might be significant but not to make any major change to Bong County politics as others will be doing; she said the people will decide.
The VP and the CDC candidate have had some friction dating as far back as their days in the Senate especially when he supported another candidate over her in the 2017 Presidential election.
In her party, yea government, she has reportedly been ostracized; noting on the LBS show she’s left out of some of the key decisions of the country.
The VP speaking of the surcharge issue by GSM said government should be careful not to tamper with issues that affect the general good of the people.
VP Taylor’s return is likely to show a major shift in Bong County politics.