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NPP Gives Thumbs Up To Sen. Johnson As Candidate In Bomi – VP Taylor

  17 Février      7        Politics (7132),


By Fanta L. Keita

MONROVIA, Feb. 17 (LINA) – Vice President Jewel Howard Taylor has recognized Senator Sando Johnson of Bomi County as the National Patriotic Party (NPP) candidate for the incoming Senatorial Elections slated for October this year.

According to her, « Senator Sando Johnson is the one who is selected to be the standard bearer of NPP in Bomi County for the incoming senatorial elections. »

Speaking over the weekend to citizens in Klay District, Bomi County, the President of the Liberian Senate said that Senator Johnson is “a real son of Bomi who has looked out for the county best interest,” adding that « Johnson always speaks for Bomi and has been engaged in every aspect of the county, making sure that all is well. »

As the head of the NPP, Madam Taylor urged the people of Klay District to re-elect the senator for because he cares a lot about the citizenry, noting whether “in sunshine or rainfall NPP is always engaged with it people in terms of sacrificing for their common good.”

The Vice President pointed out that « Bomi County belongs to NPP, » admonishing the people of the county to “be aware of political rhetoric from candidates who are gearing up to engage the voters for support.

VP Taylor emphasized that at a time of inheritance sharing, it is only fair that the father of the home gives to the child who has been working tooth and nail for the betterment of the family, rather than a child who shied away from his/her responsibility to the family and now wants to reap the inheritance.

She thanked the people of Bomi for giving NPP the opportunity to serve them because without their support they would not have been where they are presently, expressing that they will always be at the service of the county.

Meanwhile, Madam Taylor donated L$500,000 to the Muslim women of Klay District, which she stated was in fulfillment of a promise made by her to the women months ago when she visited Klay District for the dedication of a mosque.

She observed that at the time the women raised an issue about a micro loan project for women by the government through the Central Bank of Liberia in which they were left out.

VP Taylor said after hearing the concern of the women, she vowed to give them the sum of L$1 million, adding: « Today, I have come to give the first half of the money and I will return with the remaining half in few months for now. »

Madam Taylor urged the women to use the funds wisely so that every woman benefits from it and empower their children, noting that she is willingly giving it free, « I do not want any pay back, but rather I want to see a change. »

On behalf of the women, the Chief Imam of Klay Mosque, Sheik Amadu Gray, thanked the Vice President and promised that the money will be used for its intended purpose.


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