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The standard bearer of the Democratic Justice Party (DJP) Dr. Isaac G. Wiles, has assurred citizens of electoral district #2 in Grand Bassa County of the party’s plans to intervene in the rehabilitation of a monkey bridge in the district, which poses grave threat to inhabitants.

Addressing over 40,000 citizens of Kamatoe Town over the weekend, Dr. Wiles says he is saddened by the delapedated bridge and that DJP through its representative candidate Moses Kamatoe, would take concerete action that would bring relief to the citizens.

He says the engagement with the citizens also enlightens him about lack of educational structure and health facility within the district, vowing to also do something about it.
He cautions the people of district#2 to be mindful of whom to elect, as the decision they make could take six years before they would have an opportunity to elect another government.

Dr. Wiles calls on the citizens to support DJP by electing him the next Presensident of Liberia and Mr. Moses Kamatoe as Representative of their district in order to pull them out of their developmental nightmare.

Citizens of Kamatoe Town, who received the DJP standrad bearer and officials, pledge their support for the party, promising to elect Mr. Moses Kamatoe on 10 October as their next lawmaker.They said the visit by the DJP standard bearer to the district comes in the wake of the dormancy of basic social services such as schools, health facilities, safe drinking water, roads and bridges for over twelve unbroken years.

They then led Dr. Wiles on a guided tour of the town inorder to acquaint him with the many challenges and constrains they are confronted with.Dr. Wiles, who is a professional lawyer, is vying for the presidency of Liberia for the first time. He is among a total of 21 candidates in the race, including Vice President Joseph N. Boakai of the governing Unity Party.

By Emmanuel Mondaye-Editing by Jonathan Browne

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