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Musa: The Scientific Politician

Updated: Apr 16, 2023



Musa Hassan Bility, a Liberian businessman and politician, has become a prominent figure in Liberia's political landscape in recent years. He is a leader who has demonstrated his ability to navigate the complex ethnic and religious divides that have characterized Liberian politics since the country's founding. Bility's forward-looking approach to politics and his ability to build effective communication teams have been instrumental in his success.

Musa Bility's success in politics can be attributed to his business ventures and his ability to build communication teams around winning candidates. Bility is a self-made millionaire who earned his wealth dealing in petroleum products. He has used his wealth to fund development initiatives in his targeted constituency, Nimba County electoral district #7, which is experiencing rising unemployment. Bility's development initiatives have been criticized as political schemes to obtain votes, but he has promised to address the issue of unemployment if he wins his representative bid.


Bility believes in scientific politics and takes a forward-looking attitude towards shifts in the political arena. He has become the most influential Muslim politician in the country and was preferred to head the Liberty Party in 2020. Bility headed Charles Walker Brumskine's impressive 2017 bounce-back campaign that brought the prominent Bassa lawyer and his LP back to third place after slipping to 4th place in 2011.

Bility's business ventures have also contributed to his success in politics. He has used his wealth to fund development initiatives and build communication teams around winning candidates. Bility's ability to build communication teams around winning candidates is unmatched. He has never lost a presidential election in Liberia's post-war democracy, which is a testament to his political acumen.

Musa Hassan Bility's political career began in the early 2000s when he worked on the campaign of former Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf. Bility helped Johnson Sirleaf win two presidential elections back to back in 2005 and 2011. He also headed the Liberty Party's impressive 2017 campaign that brought the party back to third place after slipping to fourth place in 2011. Bility learned politics from Amos Sawyer and other masters of the game. He believes in scientific politics and takes a forward-looking attitude towards shifts in the political arena. Bility has never lost a presidential election in Liberia's post-war democracy.

Bility is the most influential Muslim politician in Liberia and was preferred to head the Liberty Party in 2020. He is the current chairman of the Liberty Party. Bility is known for his ability to build communication teams around a winning candidate, which is unmatched[1]. He takes a scientific approach to politics and has never lost a presidential election in Liberia's post-war democracy.

Bility announced his run for a seat in the House of Representatives in August 2022. His campaign faces the challenge of persuading the district's youth that he is an acceptable choice, given that he is using his large pockets to court potential voters in the 2023 elections. Bility's development initiatives have been in the Zoe-Gbao district, which critics have labeled as political schemes to obtain votes. If he is successful in his campaign, he plans to make Nimba electoral District #7 one of the greatest districts in Liberia.

Musa Hassan Bility is considered a political genius in contemporary Liberian politics for several reasons. Firstly, he learned politics from Amos Sawyer and other masters of the game. Secondly, he believes in scientific politics and takes a forward-looking attitude towards shifts in the political arena. Thirdly, he has never lost a presidential election in Liberia's post-war democracy. Fourthly, he has proven himself a master of building communication teams around a winning candidate. Fifthly, he has risen to be the most influential Muslim politician in the country. Sixthly, he has become a magnet in his hometown of Saclepea and its surrounding towns in Nimba County, where he spends almost all of his time. Lastly, he has never lost a presidential election in Liberia's post-war democracy.

Bility's political success can also be attributed to his hard work, sacrifice, dedication, and honesty. He headed Charles Walker Brumskine's impressive 2017 bounce-back campaign that brought the prominent Bassa lawyer and his Liberty Party back to third place after slipping to fourth place in 2011. Bility has also announced his run for a House seat in Nimba County electoral district #7 in the 2023 elections. He has promised to address rising unemployment in the district by using his wealth and development initiatives. However, his campaign faces the problem of persuading the district's youth that he is an acceptable choice, given that he is using his large pockets to court potential voters in the 2023 elections.


 

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