A senatorial candidate in the upcoming special election in Nimba County says it is not a surprise to be certified by the National Elections Commission to contest the December 16, 2014 election. Former Nimba County Superintendent Edith Gongloe-Weh said her certification by the NEC only signified the level of work she has done for the people of Nimba and Liberia at large.
Disclosing her plan for Nimba, former superintendent Weh noted that the people of Nimba had long suffered the agony of improper representation at the level of the Liberian senate, assuring that if elected, she would push several laws in the interest of the people of Nimba and Liberia.
She would proffer an act to create an enabling environment for the physically challenged and the elderly of Liberia, as well as create an act for Liberians lead their own economy, emphasizing that the Liberian economy has lasted so long in the hands of Fulani and Lebanese, and that it was time for Liberians to own their economy.
She assured that she would overwhelmingly elected by the people of Nimba come December this year, indicating that her work done in the county, backed by her cordial relationship with the people of Nimba would see her through to the Liberian Senate in December. She made the comments Tuesday in an interview with our Bong County correspondent in Gbarnga.