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Rep. Mulbah Urges Alert Electorate In 2014 Poll
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Rep. Mulbah Urges Alert Electorate In 2014 Poll

By Ballah M. Kollie, Bong County Correspondent

GBARNGA, Jan 20 (LINA) - The Chairman of the Bong County Legislative Caucus, Representative George S. Mulbah, is calling on voters in the county’s 2014 Mid-term Senatorial Election to “shine their eyes” and elect a senator who will support development in the county.

He said unless citizens elect a senator who will reinvest in the county, those elected will abandon the electorate and development projects initiated by current lawmakers.

“Many of us you see here have close to 50 persons working for us and if you will not elect people with like minds, they will continue to build houses in Monrovia without a plan to improve your living condition,” Mulbah said.

Speaking in an interview with the Liberia News Agency, Representative Mulbah told citizens of Bong County that he will not contest the chairmanship of the caucus during the January 30 elections.

He said despite the implementation of several projects across the county, some citizens of the county continue to call for his resignation as Chairman of the Caucus.

“Let me let you know that under my watch, this county used more than US$3 million and sponsored students across the length and breadth of this county. I can boast here that if we continue to have this team of members of the caucus, Bong County will surely improve because development is the priority of everyone on the team,” Mulbah said.

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