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Nimba Kwado accuses PYJ

By Thomas Domah, Nimba County 

The president of Nimba Kwado has accused Senator Prince Johnson of selling several ministerial positions provided to the people of Nimba by President George Weah.

Mr. Isaac Dahn told reporters that the Weah administration provided job opportunities to Nimbaians but Senator Johnson allegedly sold those positions to people from different counties but gave no names.

He names the positions of Minister of Health, Director-General of the Civil Service Agency, and Deputy Managing Director of the Liberia Petroleum Refining Corporation, among others.

The Nimba Kwado president describes PYJ as being ungrateful after he rallied Nimbaians that President Weah’s government was the best and thus, they should support his re-election bid, only to withdraw support.

He vowed to demand Senator Johnson to provide said job opportunities for Nimbaians.

Meanwhile, Mr. Dahn has pledged the organization’s support toward the re-election of President Weah.

“We stand by our decision to support the re-election of President Weah because he was introduced by Senator Johnson to Nimbaians, and Nimba Kwado does not like tricky games”, he adds.

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According to him, President Weah has done more development in Nimba for which he needs to be retained.

Mr. Dahn pledges to vigorously campaign against Senator Jeremiah Koung, who has been named running mate by former Vice President Joseph Boakai.

He alleges that over one thousand Nimbaians residing outside the county and other parts of Liberia are being reached to support this endeavor. 

Dahn names pavement of roads between Sanniqullie-Karnplay and Ganta to Saclepea, including a modern school in Bahn, Nimba County, amongst others by the Weah administration.

He called on Nimbaians not to follow the self-proclaimed god-father Prince Johnson, who, he says has not done anything for Nimba, but rather to go against Nimbaians.

He urges Nimbaians to support the re-election of President Weah to allow him to continue with his development activities across the country. Editing by Jonathan Browne

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