Montserrado County District four Representative Rustonlyn Suacoco Dennis has decried the lack of unity in the District as counterproductive to the growth and development of the district.
She described those who are hindering major developmental activities in the District as wicked and evil people and called on residents to desist from the improvement of the district.
The Youthful female lawmaker said, there are lots of developments that she intends to undertake, but some citizens are undermining her initiatives due to what she called the political differences.
She lamented that since her ascendency at the House of Legislature, there are a lot of transformations in the district through her advocacy.
Representative Dennis made the disclosure when she dedicated the Moses Blah Community market in Soul Clinic, Paynesville City in Montserrado County.
For her part, the market Chair Lady only identified as Ma. RB appreciated the district Lawmaker for her timely intervention and promise that the market will be used for the intended purpose.
Giving an overview of the Market during the dedication program, Ma. RB inform residents of the Community that the Market was established by five individuals residing in the community among them were four females and a male.
She noted that the establishment of the market came as the result of the overgrown population of the Moses Blah Community and residents use to go as far as Red lights to purchase food and other basic commodities.
Ma. RB at the same time called on her colleagues and residents of the community to maintain the market and always keep it clean as the Leadership is anticipating setting up a team that will monitor activities in the market and also collects little fees on a daily basis for renovation purposes.
Also speaking at the Occasion, was the late Liberian vice president’s wife Madam, Nante Blah. She commanded the district Lawmaker for her kind gesture and also caution her to assist kids who are currently out of school in the district due to financial crisis.
Mrs. Blah maintains that the kids are the future leaders as such they need serious attention from government officials and some goodwill Ambassadors in order to have them remain in school.
Speaking as a School Administrator in the district, she said some of the children’s parents are going through a lot of financial difficulties.
Reported by: Joseph N. Kerkula