14 February 2013

Liberia: 'Time for Change Is Now'

The newly inducted Chairman of the Sapo Youth Development Association (SYDA) has underscored the need for citizens of Sinoe County to be proactive and change their attitudes for the betterment of the county.

Mr. Romeo Kaioh spoke during the week when he and other officials were inducted into office to steer the affairs of the organization for the next two years.

Chairman Kaioh urged citizens of Sinoe to collaborate efforts aimed at developing and bringing change to Sinoe County.

He said the change that is needed in Sinoe does not require hatred, confusion, division and chaos, but instead, one that requires total engagement with leaders of the county.

He said if the people of Sinoe can possess a different attitude, then that attitude must lead to growth and development of the county.

Chairman Kaioh called on members of SYDA to put their political differences aside and work to build the capacity of young people in Sinoe.

He promised that his leadership will do everything possible to ensure that the Legislature enacts a law which will make Sapo one of the dialects in the country.

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