Montserrado County Electoral District #10 independent candidate Albert J. B. Cooper says the district needs redemption and deliverance, telling supporters at his campaign launch on Wednesday, 4 October that the district deserves better.
The businessman turned – politician explains that district is left behind in terms of development, claiming that developments can only be achieved under his leadership as representative.
Mr. Cooper says he has already undertaken several projects throughout the district, saying the full representation of the district is not felt at all categories of the legislature including law-making, representation and oversight.
He promises to change the table when given the opportunity by residents of district #10. A 68 – year – old woman named Nora Gbor says since she started following legislative elections here, Mr. Cooper’s campaign launch drew the highest crowd she has ever seen in her lifetime.
“I think the people are right to come up in this manner because this man has done so much for this district despite him not being elected yet,” she says.
Cooper says he has undertaken several projects ahead of the 2017 legislative race, which include building of a bridge connecting the Transformer Community to school, renovation of a hand pump in the Tweh Johnsonville Community, building of a toilet in the Ma Estate area, a palaver hut in the Vanwick Community behind Nigeria House and two toilets in the Keyhole Community.
Other projects are the renovation of a hand pump in the Devine Town Community, fixing of a hand pump on Peace Island, bringing of Water and Sewer for the public use in Yekpee Town and fixing of a Road in Yekpee Town, among others.
By E.J. Nathaniel Daygbor–Edited by Winston W. Parley