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Former Rep. accuses Lawmakers

Former Bong County Representative Samuel Bondo has appealed to school authorities and teachers to be calm as he has accepted to now take assignment as County Education Officer of Rivercess.

Mr. Bondo, who was re-called shortly after his appointment as CEO of Bong County, said his decision to accept the post to go to Rivercess was intended to reduce the tension in the county over his abrupt re-assignment.

He noted that his re-assignment was absolutely politicized by some Lawmakers of the county who thought he has an intention of contesting in 2017. Bondo disclosed that when he was appointed, Senator Henry Yallah and Representative Edward Karfiah visited him at his residence, asking him whether he had any intention of contesting, adding that Senator Yallah told him clearly that any attempt to get in the race in 2017 will be difficult.

Former Representative Bondo questioned the mood of the People’s Unification Party (PUP) to unite the people when some of its senior officials, including Senator Yallah, have begun undermining his fellow indigenous.

He said the PUP officials have clearly shown that they are not ready to unite the people as they claim. The former Bong County lawmaker commended the people of Bong County for standing by him during the heat of arguments over his abrupt re-assignment.

Papa Morris from Gbarnga, Bong County – Editing by George Barpeen

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