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Don’t truck voters - Tryphena Gold-Mah Teah

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A Representative aspirant  of District One, Grand Bassa County, Tryphena Lloyd Gold-Mah Teah
A Representative aspirant of District One, Grand Bassa County, Tryphena Lloyd Gold-Mah Teah

GRAND BASSA COUNTY-A Representative aspirant has frown on the trucking of would- be-voters into constituencies by politicians and advice Liberians to take advantage of the process of voters’ registration and vote where you live.

Tryphena Lloyd Gold-Mah Teah told the people of District Number One, Grand Bassa County, she is eying to become Representative for that the process of voting is important for their wellbeing and will certify their quest for the provision of schools, hospitals and other development projects.

Mrs. Teah said: “I would rather lose election than to truck voters from one area to another to be voted for.”

She spoke at a gathering of panelists on the Liberia Media for Democratic Initiative’s Forum on Saturday, January 21, 2017, held in District Number One, Grand Bassa County, to sensitize and create awareness for citizens to register and vote in the coming October Presidential and Representative elections.

Mrs. Teah who is a humanitarian and the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Gold-Mah Education Project said, among other issues, that she prefers dual citizenship and the reduction of the presidential term to four years to become law during the referendum in 2018.

Also speaking at the program, the Administrative Assistant Superintendent of District One, Grand Bassa County, Amos Saywah, said: “People who fall short of the ten years residential clause should not be elected president, Legislator or be appointed to top political posts in the country.”
 

 


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