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UP distributes gari for BVR

To allow parents to go and register in electoral district#7, the Unity Party has launched free farina or gari distribution to public school students in the district, including the Group of 77. Farina is grinded cassava prepared for consumption.

A senior UP partisan and renowned women leader in District#7, Maureen Lavonne Shaw, Tuesday, 28 March led the distribution of a total of 500 sachets of gari already mixed with sugar and milk are being distributed among public school students to take home to allow their parents to go and register, ahead of the October 10th presidential and general elections.

She clarifies that the exercise is purely a civic duty, void of political campaign, to encourage parents and eligible voters to register and obtain the biometric voter’s cards for the pending elections.

Benefiting schools include C. William Brumskine Elementary and M.V. Massaquio, respectively. Students jubilated as they received the package, ready for consumption

Other UP executives involved in the exercise are district coordinator Diamond S. Giple, Madam Weuhdee Nyenkan and youth leader Maliki P. Kaba.

Unity Party standard bearer, Ambassador Josehp Nyumah Boakai, is among several aspirants vying to unseat President George Weah in October.

The National Elections Commission (NEC) commenced phase one of the BVR process on 20 March, which continues up to 9 April 2023, covering Montserrado, Margibi, Grand Bassa, Bomi, Grand Cape Mount, and Gbarpolu counties, while Phase Two starts on 21 April 2023 and ends on 11 May 2023 will include River Cess, Sinoe, Grand Kru, Maryland, River Gee, Grand Gedeh, Nimba, Bong and Lofa counties, respectively. Editing by Jonathan Browne

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