February 22, 2024

Citizens of District #10 interact with President Weah at a Town Hall Meeting.

The third day of President George Manneh Weah Montserrado County climax in district #10, Old Road. Interacting with the Liberian Leader, the people of the district complained about the roads and drainage system. They appealed to Mr. Weah to continue road construction in the various communities.

They at the same time called on the Liberian Leader to construct toilet facilities, hand pump, and dump site. The people of District #10 praised Mr. Weah for the construction of the Invinsible Sports Park.

The women of the district complained that they have not really enjoyed the benefits of voting Mr. Weah to power. They noted that they could multitask because they are well equipt and ready for the job market.

The women also asked the president to build a daycare center for early childhood education, noting that the best is at the beginning stage. District #10 women recommended that a high school be built in the district. As a tradition of all the districts, they pleaded with the Liberian Leader for loans to single mothers and market women. The chair ladies of the entire district called on Mr. Weah for a special meeting to help develop the district.

The market women also complained about the waste system, they called on Mr. Weah to help them with the waste system. They called on Mr. Weah to initiate security measures that would prevent people from selling on the streets and walkways and move back into the market building constructed by President George Manneh Weah. They presented food items to the Liberian Leader as a sign of appreciation for the work done to the market women of Old Road.

Meanwhile, President George Manneh Weah has promised to build a vocational school in district #10 to increase the technical skills of young LIBERIANS as requested by the people of the district. Mr. Weah promised to upgrade the Ford-Madden Christian Academy sports gym.

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