By Thomas Domah, Nimba County
A representative hopeful in the pending by-election in district#1, Ganta, Nimba County has embarked on opening streets in the commercial district ahead of the November 16 by-election.
Independence Candidate Samuel Brown told our Nimba County Correspondent that the self-help development that he started prior to the coming of the by-election in Ganta is intended to help bring relief to residents of the city by opening various streets to ensure smooth movement.
According to him, due to the lack of streets in Ganta, crimes have increased with robbers using tricycles to break into homes.
He has also paid medical bills for more than 50 residents who seek medication at various health facilities in Ganta besides providing shelter for a blind woman along with the Guinea road community near the Winfred J. Harley College of Health Sciences under the United Methodist University.
Addressing Ganta residents recently, who asked him to contest for the district seat in the pending by-election, Brown pledged to do more if elected to impact the lives of Nimbaians, including residents of Ganta with more developmental activities such as schools, health, safe drinking water, among others.
Meanwhile, Candidate Samuel Brown who recently received a hero’s welcome in Ganta, Nimba County urged voters to elect him rather than allow themselves to be fooled by individuals who do not care for the district. Editing by Jonathan Browne