Since Pres. George M. Weah’s ascendancy to the presidency on January 22, 2018, he has placed a developmental mark on the 15 political divisions of Liberia.
His Excellency Pres. Weah has placed prime priority on the construction of feder and major roads across the country, the construction of multiple Government facilities, modern markets, Hospitals, clinics, housing units, tuition-free in all Public Schools, and the construction of modern sports, and recreation facilities.
Paying West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) fees for all 12 graders in both private and public schools across the country and more.
Upon this backdrop Pres. Weah on Monday during day one of the continuation of his County tour in electoral District 17, called on the hundreds of Liberians during a Town Hall meeting in Brewellville City, Montserrado County, to re-elect him in order to bring more development and economic stability in the country.
“I have done much that no President has never done in our country’s history in just four years of the first term you give me and if you give me the second term I will give you more because it has been proven, I have made a mark in every county of our country and my Six years have not finished yet,” Pres. Weah noted.
Meanwhile, the Liberian leader called on all citizens to develop a positive mentality and rally around him in order to build the country. Noting that if Liberians did not create a positive mindset it will be difficulted for the country to be developed.
Pres. Weah on Monday stormed electoral Districts #15,16 and 17, Montserrado County, hundreds of were gathered in every intersection with placards with positive and extolling compositions, chanting “no Pres. Weah no President, our districts are no go zoom for any opposition”
President weah furthered that the Purpose of his nationwide tour is to interact with the citizens and listen to their concerns, and issues that are affecting them, and then get back to the drawing board for remedy.
He started the county tour in February 2021 and covered 14 of the 15 counties, where he identified and constructed serveral projects.
Reported: by Rancy S. Teewia