6 October 2005

Liberia: Travers Promises To Restore Family Welfare

Montserrado Senatorial Candidate Rudolph Travers has stressed the need for the employment of heads of households in order to ensure the welfare of families in the country.

Speaking to journalists recently in Monrovia, he disclosed that if elected as senator of Montserrado, he would work along with his people to build a vibrant nation where they will no longer live on farina for meal.

Travers who is running on the ticket of the Coalition for the Transformation of Liberia (COTOL) said past leadership massively failed the nation so they should not be given another chance. He called on voters to make the right decision on the day of elections.

According to him, the coming election was an important event for the nation as to whether it will retrogress or progress.

Taking into consideration the crowded field for the senatorial seat of Montserrado County, he said this decision was the right one and made at the best time when the county is over populated with Liberians from every political sub-division who have the right to their choice.

Mr. Travers who is a writer was schooled in the United States where he worked with people prior to his declaration for the senatorial post.

According to him, he had been preparing for twenty years and under his supervision as senator, Montserrado and its inhabitants are bound to develop and become prosperous.

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