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Nimba District#5 endorses Kogar for third term

By Thomas Domah/ Nimba County 

Citizens of Buu Yao Administrative District in Nimba County think lawmaker Representative Samuel Kogar has served extremely well, leading them to endorse him for a third term in the House of Representatives.

They reached the decision recently in Beeplay Town, the district headquarters.

 Reading the endorsement statement on their behalf, Mrs. Julie Karpolueh and the chairman of the endorsement committee Mr. Daniel Zekpeh, said the move is based on several positive attributes they continue to enjoy from the stewardship of Rep. Kogar, who is completing his second term.

According to them, they have observed over the years that the lawmaker’s advocacy in propagating the agenda of Buu -Yao and Nimba County in the Legislature has been very instrumental in driving the development agenda of the district on the right trajectory.

Mrs. Karpolueh and Mr. Zekpeh narrated that based on Kogar’s performance, including his developmental activities, many citizens have prevailed in the district they called on their children who are aspiring to represent the district, to abandon their dreams and join the third term bid of Representative Samuel Kogar.

They disclosed that during vetting process, citizens of the district described Kogar as their best political leader in the district.

The Wea Clan citizens, who gathered in Beeplay Town in huge number, pledged their services to Rep. Kogar, promising to go from village to village including towns under the rain and sun to ensure their lawmaker gets re-elected in 2023.

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According to them, the competency of Kogar in discharging his cardinal duties: Representation, Lawmaking and Oversight have tremendously impacted the lives of citizens of electoral district# 5.

The Buu-Yao citizens named provision of good healthcare services, good governance and rule of law, contribution towards roads rehabilitation, women’s empowerment through micro-loans, infrastructure development and his stance against corruption as well as installation of solar panel lights across the entire district and construction of a radio station, among others.

The ceremony was graced by citizens from the district, including Representative Samuel Brown of Electoral District One, Representative Larry Younquoi of District #8, office staffers of Representative Roger Domah of electoral District#7, and county officials, among others.

Meanwhile, Representative Samuel Kogar has accepted the petition by the citizens and pledged to continue to impact not only their lives and the county but Liberia in general thru law-making and oversight alongside advocacy, among others.

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The New Dawn is Liberia’s Truly Independent Newspaper Published by Searchlight Communications Inc. Established on November 16, 2009, with its first hard copy publication on January 22, 2010. The office is located on UN Drive in Monrovia Liberia. The New Dawn is bilingual (both English & French).
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