MONROVIA, Sept.16 (LINA) – Lofa County Superintendent William Tamba Kamba has assured the public that local authority will protect the peace of the county by ensuring peaceful conduct of the Mid-term Senatorial Election in the county.
In an Interview with the Liberia News Agency in Monrovia Wednesday, Supt Kamba said maintaining the peace is the way forward in any democratic nation.
“I am giving this assurance to everyone in and out of the county because I am the head of the land, the young people will listen, the women, men and children will also listen to their Uncle.
“My commissioners and other local officials in the county are currently working very hard to ensure that the peace that we are enjoying in the county and Liberia at large is protected,” Kamba stressed.
Superintendent Kamba emphasized that the county will boost political tolerance during this campaign period and the election itself, and will not encourage any instigator of electoral violence.
“Anyone caught instigating violence will be brought to book and will face the full weight of the law,” Kamba added.
Meanwhile, Supt. Kamba has informed the Liberia News Agency that he is the lead campaigner for the re-election of the CDC candidate George Tengbeh in Lofa County.
Said Kamba: “I can assure you without any doubt in my mind and because of followers and the immense contributions we as a government has made within this short period of time in Lofa, Senator Tengbeh will be re-elected as Senator.”
The Lofa County Superintendent disclosed that he has already started convening meetings with all District Commissioners in the county to support the Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC) candidate because he is the one that the party trusts and can work with him and other officials to carry out more development in Lofa.
“The government has a lot of transformative plans for Lofa County, but it requires collective effort to enhance the government’s agenda towards the county,” Kamba indicated.
Meanwhile, Superintendent Kamba has expressed appreciation to President George Manneh Weah for the opportunity afforded him to serve his people as Superintendent.
He also lauded the Liberian leader for his numerous developmental programs in Lofa and the appointment of Lofans to serve in major areas of government