Liberia: Bong County District One is Underdeveloped Because of Bad Leadership, Aspirant Garsinii Claims
Kokoyah, Bong County – Mr. Dennis Garsinii, a prominent son of Electoral District #1 in Bong County, says the district is underdeveloped because of poor representation that is solely based on self-interest.
In a Facebook post, Mr. Garsinii said it is now time to “change the course, not with just anyone, but with a creditable individual who has and continues to defend the district and people without fear or prejudice”.
He said his decision to contest the district seat has nothing to do with contestants or would-be contestants in the district.
“Our decision to aspire for the House Seat in District 1, Bong County has no bearing on any particular contestant or would be a contestant”, Garsinii posted.
“District #1 is what it is because of poor representation that has been solely based on self-interest.
It is time to change course, not with just anyone, but with a creditable individual who has defended the District and people without fear and prejudice. We are no new kids on the block”, Mr. Garsinii averred.
Mr. Garsinii has promised to focus on always proving worth, the difference from everyone else in leadership and his preparedness to produce a different kind of representation that is people-centred when elected as represenative.
” Our focus is and will always be to prove our worth, our difference from everyone else and our preparedness to produce a different kind of representation that is people-centred”, he stated.
He is meanwhile inviting all well-meaning citizens of the district to join this effort because it is now time to take the district from its current status to a more precise level.
If given the chance, Mr. Garsinii says education, healthcare and agriculture would be the focus of his agenda.
“We invite well-meaning citizens of District 1 to join us in this effort because now is the time to make sure that District 1 is never the same”, he continued.
“We will make sure, if, given the opportunity, that education, health care and agriculture become the focus of our central agenda,” he concluded.