Residents of Grand Cape Mount County under the banner, Conscious Citizens Movement (CCM) say they seriously lack confidence in some presidential nominees from their county.
According to CCM Chairman Thomas B. Massaquoi, there are several other qualified citizens of Cape Mount with clean record that could work with President George Manneh Weah’s government for the betterment of the county and the pro-poor agenda.
CCM is making recommendation to President Weah to consider certain residents of Cape Mount with clean record, following the president’s appointment of local government officials of the county recently.
The group has recommended the names of several persons to President Weah, including Boima Gboyango Q. Kamara, Augustine Musa, Ousman Kiazolu and Walter Skinner, Varney A. Sheriff, L. Mambu Freeman and Andrew Massaley, Alfred Quayjandii, Jusu T. Kromah, Bendu K. Tamba and Lamie Sambollah, Mambu Golafe and Charles Kabah for various positions ranging from county superintendent to district superintendent.
A release issued by the CCM expresses the group’s opposition to several nominees, accusing some of poor human relations and alleged poor management of project, among others.
“On the basis of this, we citizens of Cape Mount are appealing to our beloved President, the people – centered President, to kindly listen to his people’s plight in the best interest of his pro-poor policy that we embrace a lot,” the group concludes.
By Bridgett Milton–Edited by Winston W. Parley