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Williams Declares Support For Findley’s Re-election
Date Uploaded: Jul 29, 2014

Managing Director of the Liberia Petroleum Refining Corporation, T. Nelson Williams





Williams Declares Support For Findley’s Re-election

Johnson B. Liway, LINA Grand Bassa County Correspondent

BUCHANAN, July 28 (LINA) – The Managing Director of the Liberia Petroleum Refining Corporation, T. Nelson Williams, has declared his unflinching support for the re-election of Grand Bassa County senior Senator Gbehzohngar Milton Findley in the October Mid-Term Senatorial Elections.

Mr. Williams made the declaration to an array of Findley supporters at the office of Youth Action International (YAI) on Tubman Street in Buchanan, Grand Bassa County on Liberia’s Independence Day.

Mr. William said some three years ago, he was encouraged by Senator Findley to return home and contribute to the rebuilding of Grand Bassa County.

According to Williams, he returned home and established his Foundation that is helping the people of Bassa with more than 200 youths on scholarship at various institutions.

He also disclosed that he has investments in Bassa which have provided jobs for over 34 persons and will do everything possible to ensure that Senator Findley is re-elected as Senator of Grand Bassa County in the upcoming election.

For his part, Senator Findley thanked the Almighty God first and the people of Bassa and told them that “when I get into a political fight, I want to fight with people who had created jobs for our people, trained our youth”.

Findley told his supporters that his candidacy has been endorsed by the Unity Party (UP) , National Patriotic Party (NPP), UDP, PUP  and thanked T. Nelson Williams for his support.

Among high profile personalities who graced the occasion were Madam Etweda A. Cooper, Superintendent of Grand Bassa County, Development Superintendent, Adonis Z. Greaves and Gender and Development Minister Julia Duncan Cassell.


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