Celebrating its first anniversary last weekend, the Stanford Bridge Intellectual Forum has begun efforts to organize a forum to allow Lawmakers of Margibi County to explain their profiles, as well as their ability to uplift the county.
The disclosure was made by the Chief Executive Officer of Stanford Bridge, Isaac Sanwidi on August 15, 2015 in an interview with this paper at the newly constructed Weala Public School where one of the forums was held.
As to the challenged posed to the forum by the Keynote speaker of the program Eddie Jarwolo to invite Margibi District Five Representative Emmanuel Nuquay to one of their intellectual meetings to discuss issues relating to the county, Mr. Sanwidi says he does not see it as a huge tax for them because the lawmaker belongs to everyone and he is a great man so he will be able to go to their call when he called upon.
Mr. Jarwolo who is the Executive Director of National Youth Movement (NAYMOTE) promised to give an amount of Forty thousand Liberian dollars to the Stanford Bridge Intellectual Forum under a condition of inviting Representative Nuquay to one of their meetings to have discussions concerning Margibi.
As to the issue of unity, he noted that the Stanford Bridge Intellectual Forum can unite the people of Weala and Margibi in General by giving them the rightful information instead of gossip. Recently in the county, Representative Ben A. Fofana District #4 admitted the inability of Lawmakers to properly work in the interest of the people as a result of the current disunity among them as leaders, extending apology to Margibians, especially young people, for their failure to serve the county properly.
As to the challenged posed to the forum by The Keynote Speaker at the program, Eddie Jarwolo, challenged the organization to invite Margibi District Five Representative Emmanuel Nuquay to discuss development issues.
Mr. Jarwolo – also Executive Director of the National Youth Movement (NAYMOTE), promised the amount of Forty-thousand Liberian dollars to the Stanford Bridge Intellectual Forum, under the condition of inviting Representative Nuquay to one of their meetings for discussions on Margibi.
He noted that the Stanford Bridge Intellectual Forum can unite the people of Weala and Margibi in general by giving them the rightful information, instead of gossips. According to him, the group is meant to unite people and empower the youth, as well as inform the population.
He averred that during the Ebola crisis, the organization was involved with creating awareness to the general public. By Ramsey N. Singbeh, Jr. in Margibi – Editing by George Barpeen