9 January 2013

Liberia: Varney Sherman Gets Cape Mount Support For 2014

Citizens of Five Districts in Grand Cape Mount County recently endorsed the candidacy of Cllr. Varney G. Sherman to contest forthcoming 2014 midterm Senatorial Elections.

The people who are natives of Gola Konneh in the Mende Massa Clan, the Fahnbulleh Clan, Tewor District, the Common Wealth District and Garwular Districts expressed explicit confidence in the leadership ability of Mr. Sherman who they feel would better represent them.

In a petition submitted to Cllr. Sherman, the citizens unanimously agreed to have him contest the pending election so as to win their popular vote and represent their interest in the National Legislature.

They expressed optimism that Cllr. Sherman who also the Chairman of the ruling Unity Party (UP) will delivered the basic goods and those things that are necessary for a county to receive or develop.

The Citizens in a petition statement presented to Mr. Sherman, said that for too long Grand Cape County has been under develop and with him being their son, they have no doubt that he can do the job and that they have ask him to do.

Urging Cllr. Sherman to accept the petition, the citizens prayed he authenticate it by registering the forthcoming 2014 mid-term senatorial election.

The people's action is on the account of Cllr. Sherman's immense contribution towards the growth and the development of Cape mount and Liberia at large.

In response, Cllr. Sherman accepted the request of the people and assured them that he will act accordingly.

The UP National Chairman promised to embark upon a special tour of the five districts so as to acquaint himself with the basic needs of his kinsmen.

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