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LIBERIA: Grand Cape Mount County District #1 Rep. Aspirant Calls For Peaceful Elections

Ahead of the much anticipated General and Legislative Elections in Liberia, Grand Cape Mount County Electoral District #1 Representative Aspirant, Hon. Abraham M. Fofana has admonished citizens of the district to remain very peaceful during and after the upcoming electoral processes.

Liberians, especially  those eighteen years and above and who are eligible will go to the poll on October 10 this year to elect  the President, Members of the House of Representatives and the Liberian Senate.

In line with the constitution, incumbent President George Weah of the Coliation for Democratic Change (CDC) is also eligible for a second term.

Addressing a major news conference at his residence during the weekend in Lofa Bridge, Gola Konneh District, Honorable Fofana emphasized the need for  peace and unity among citizens of the area.

Fofana said with peace, citizens of Gola Konneh District and Grand Cape Mount County in general will realize the needed change and development.

“Peace first, peace last the Grand Cape Mount Electoral District #1 Representative Aspirant asserted “.

The Grand Cape Mount County District #1 Representative Aspirant further stated that with his worth of experience in the Executive over the years, he is best suited to represent his people at the 55th Legislature.

On the issue of development, Honorable Fofana noted that when elected, he intends to address the issue of education, providing technical skills for young people in the district, and the empowerment of women among others. “So the first thing we would like to do is to reconcile our people, and then focus on education for our youths. As you are aware, most of them are going into riding motorcycles and this drug abuse that has taken over the nation, not only in District #1. We will also like to curtail it, as someone from an NGO background, I think we can now transition them from that area to giving them skills that they can live with. We will also lobby with our colleagues both at the Liberian Senate and the House of Representatives to pass a bill that will strengthen our people “, he concluded

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