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3 Supts. Pushing for Weah’s Re-election…Outline His Development Gains

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MONROVIA: Few Months to the holding of the much-anticipated Legislative and Presidential elections in the country, the Superintendents of three counties have called on Liberians to consider the reelection of President George Weah to enable him continue or complete his ongoing development programs across the country.

Mr. Jumah E.S Goll, Acting Superintendent of Bomi County; J. Keyah Saah, Superintendent of Gbarpolu County; and Aaron Vincent, Superintendent of Grand Cape Mount County said, since President Weah took over the leadership of Liberia, their respective counties continue to experience fast development.
They said, for the first time in Liberia all of the Counties received two pickups and ten Motorbikes to be used by the traditional chiefs and other local officials in the country.
According to them, with this development, the chiefs and local officials are now empowered to go anywhere in the county without having any transportation problem to do their works.

Addressing an Information Ministry Thursday regular weekly Press briefing on March 9th 2023, the three Counties Superintendents named electrification of their counties, roads connectivity, improvement of their education system, which have happened since the end of the Liberia’s civil war.
Speaking separately, Mr.Jumah E.S Goll, Acting Superintendent of Bomi County, said through the instrumentality of the CDC government, headed by President Weah, Liberia Electricity Corporation (LEC) has electrified about 90% of the houses in Tubmanburg City, Bomi County.

He said the city can now boast of streets lights, something he noted, is making citizens to remain out until 3:00 am daily.

Goll said the Liberian government has concluded arrangements to elevate the status of Bomi County Community College to a University level which will enable students who graduating from high school and wanting to obtain University degrees to remain in the county to get their degrees without coming to Monrovia.
He said because of President Weah developmental initiative in the county, Bomi County is now experiencing gradual economic activities.

“Our citizens are encouraged to extend businesses” and also constructing houses in the county.

He used the occasion to appeal to all Bomi Citizens to turn out in their numbers for the coming voter registration process to enable them vote for President Weah in the October 10, 2023 Legislative and Presidential elections.
For his Part, and Aaron Vincent, Superintendent of Grand Cape Mount County indicated that the told Reporters that the Liberian leaders must be commended for building a market structure at Bo-Water side, awaiting delegation.
He said the government, headed by President Weah has embarked on implementation of technical and vocational education program in the county that will make residents in the county interested in acquiring vocational and technical skilla.

He said this will enable the citizens to meaningfully contribute to the growth and development of the county.
According to him, Liberian government headed by President Weah is currently constructing the road from Madina to Robertsport and that the Bea Mount Company operating in the County has agreed to provide $ 700,000 for the county.

Of said amount, he disclosed that each of the administrative districts in the county will receive $90,000.
Meanwhile, Gbarpolu County Superintendent J. Keyah Saah, said orientation is ongoing at the Emirate Hospital in Bopolu City aimed at educating doctors and health workers relative to how to operate the equipment at the hospital.
He said the equipment’s at the hospital are so sophisticated as such it requires that they teach doctors and health workers on how to operate them.
According to the Superintendent, following the orientation, the hospital will be opened to the public.
Superintendent Saah said the county now has electricity and Bopolu City has street lights.

He indicated that because of these gains, president Weah deserves a second term and that they are prepared to reelect him as president of Liberia.

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