Crozierville Township Commissioner in Lower Montserrado County, Ms Ruth James, warns her colleagues in government who want all for themselves to stop, adding that such attitude is not in the interest of the Weah administration.
Speaking with reporters recently in the township, Commissioner James emphasized that public officials should first seek interest of the state, because it is the only thing that will drive the government’s Pro-Poor Agenda for Development and Prosperity, including education, health, infrastructure, provision of safe-drinking water, among others.
She warns that if officials obsessed by greed are caught in misdeeds they should not go with impunity.
At the same time Commissioner James called for the establishment of a vocational school in the township to avoid students coming to Monrovia before graduating from high school, which is cost intensive for parents.
Crozierville Township was established in 1865 by free slaves or settlers returning from America and other parts of the world. Editing by Jonathan Browne