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Margibians recommit to JNB Presidential bid

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Cross section of supporters of Ambassador Joseph N,Boakai at the rally in Kakata,Margibi County
Cross section of supporters of Ambassador Joseph N,Boakai at the rally in Kakata,Margibi County

MARGIBI COUNTY, LIBERIA-Thousands of Margibians recently converged in Kakata, in Margibi County, to reassure Vice President Joseph Boakai of the commitment and support to his presidential bid.

Kakata, the commercial capital city of Margibi County, was overwhelmed by thousands of people from various districts and townships in the county, demonstrating and assuring the Liberian Vice President of their votes on October 10.

Vice President Joseph Boakai is seeking to replace President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf through a democratic process.

Former Margibi County Senator in the Samuel Doe regime, David Menyongar, told Vice President Joseph Boakai that the Citizens of Margibi County have resolved without any reservation to elect him as the next president of Liberia.

Mr. Menyongar said Margibi County in 2015 and 2011 constantly and overwhelming voted the unity party and with the face of one of their sons,

Emmanuel Nuquay, on the Unity party ticket, Margibians are hundred percent going to vote for the UP Presidential candidate.

He noted that Margibians are not prepared to lose the golden opportunity of producing a vice president that is productive and hard working.

Mr. Menyongar, one of the founding fathers of Margibi County and a senior elder of the County, further called on all Margibians to remain focus in supporting the Boakai-Nuquay ticket.

Also speaking, Unity Party vice Standard Bearer, Emmanuel Nuquay, assured the people of Margibi County that they will be very much sensitive to their plights.

Speaker Nuquay said:” He will not forget or abandon his root as vice president of Liberia, and that he will ensure, with the consent of his boss, to develop programs and project as well as attracting more foreign investments to improve the lives of all.”

He emphasized that he remains grateful to vice president Joseph Boakai for selecting him as his running mate and pledged to remain submissive to ensuring good governance and development in Liberia.

Speaker Nuquay said every Liberian will have their share of the development that will take place during their administration.

For his part, Vice President Boakai renewed his commitment to developing the country where every Liberian can be proud of.

He restated his commitment to connect the Country by paved roads to enhance economic activities across the Country, to improve the living standard of all Liberians.

Vice President Boakai, however, called on supporters and partisans of the Unity Party for a one round victory, saying a one round victory will save the Country of economic burden.

The rally was organized by the unity Party Campaign team.

 


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