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Three Supts. ‘Sing Weah’s Reelection Song’ …Outline His Many Development Gains

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MONROVIA: Three Counties Superintendents in Liberia have highlighted ongoing development initiative in their respective Counties and underscored the need for electorates to consider the reelection of President George Weah as president of Liberia in the coming legislative and Presidential elections slated for October 10, 2023, to enable him to complete his ongoing development initiatives in the Country.

Madam Esther Walker of Bong, Mr. William Tamba Kamba Sr, of Lofa and Mr. Jerry Varney of Margibi Counties said the reelection of Liberia of President Weah is necessary because it is in the best interest of the country due to his nationwide development programs implemented.
The Superintendents made the statements on Thursday, April 6, 2023, at the Ministry of Information Cultural Affairs and Tourism (MICAT) Regular Press Briefing held in the conference room of the Ministry on Capitol Hill, In Monrovia.
Bong County Superintendent said under the leadership of the Liberian leader, over 16 public schools were renovated and the county’s Administration purchased over 400 acres of land out of which 13.5 acres of land was donated by the county leadership to the Ministry of Education for the construction of Education Complex ,on the Lofa road in Gbarnga City.
According to her, the Liberian leader was instrumental in fulfilling his promise by paying all senior high school students fees for the West Africa Senior High Certificate Examination Council (WASSEC) and provided scholarships through the Ministry of Sate for Presidential Affairs to over 300 students in the county.
She further disclosed that the government of Liberia under the leadership of President Weah provided US$ 900,000 for the completion of construction works of the Bong County Technical College in Gbarnga City.
She named the construction of a Vocational and Academic School in Boinsen District, constructed by the MNG Mining Company which will shortly be dedicated in the area.

She added that over 50 students are currently undergoing training in Agriculture at the Cuttington University in the County under the sponsorship of SIDA.
Torching on health, the Bong County superintendent disclosed that the Liberian government under president Weah has donated the amount of US$500,000 for the expansion of the C.B Dunbar Comprehensive Hospital and the Health Ministry has constructed a Reginal Testing Center in Suakoko District.
She also said the Boinsen Health Center in Boinsen District constructed by the BNG Mining Company has been dedicated.
She also said the Ministry of Health and UNICEF has constructed and dedicated an Oxygen Plant in Palala, Kpaai District and the Ministry of Health and UNICEF has also constructed a health Theaters in Zota and Kpaai District.
Speaking further she said, the president has provided two Ambulances to the C.B Dunbar Comprehensive Hospital and the Bong Mines Hospital.
Madam Walker also said that the county leadership has donated 1.5 town lots of land to the Liberia Medicine and Health Product Regulatory Authority (LMHRA) in Gbarnga City.
For his part, Mr. Willam Tamba Kamba sr, Superintendent of Lofa County, indicated that over 100 towns in the county can now boast of Town Hall constructed by president Weah.
He said the construction of the Foya City Hall named in honor of the Liberian leader is completed and awaiting dedication.
He said the government of Liberia has fulfilled her promises and the construction of a hydro plant in the county is nearing completion while planting of lights polls in the county is progressing and will soon be completed.
Superintendent Kamba stated that, two years into his leadership, Weah was involved in conflict mediations and resolution gear toward settling land disputes and other matters.
Also speaking, Mr. Jerry Varney, Superintendent of Margibi County said the government is successful in carrying out roads rehabilitation in many parts of the county.
He also said the government has constructed police stations, Women Center, markets and clinics in the county.

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