Mr. Kelvin M. Bayoh, a former supervisor of the United Nations Observer Mission in Liberia (UNOMIL) and former Garage Supervisor at the World Food Program (WFP) has joined the race for the Montserrado County Electoral District #15 representative by-election.
He has launched a four-day free medication campaign for hundreds of less fortunate residents within the district.
A bulletin from the office of the Goodwill Polytechnic School of Health Science with sponsorship from Mr. Bayoh says the team will treat sick people suffering from malaria, high blood pressure, typhoid, soul dressing, circumcision as well as family planning.
According to a treatment schedule released by the medical team, the team on 18 June provided treatment to the sick at the premises of Radio Bushrod facility (Babylon Community) from 8:30 to 5:00 PM.
The exercise is expected to continue at the Devine Joy Clinic in Caldwell, New Georgia and at the Child Clinic situated at New Georgia Junction.
Mr. Bayoh is contesting as independent candidate, seeking to replace the late Representative Adolph A. Lawrence who died in a tragic motor accident on the Monrovia-Roberts International Airport Highway.
Meanwhile, Mr. Bayoh says when elected, he will advance several legislations including National Student Loan Bill to afford high school graduates the opportunity to obtain loan from government to advance their studies.
He also says he intends constructing a proposed multi-purpose building in King Peter Town which was purchased under the stewardship of the late Representative Adolph A. Lawrence to be used as resource center.By Emmanuel Mondaye–Edited by Winston W. Parley