“Vote For People Based On Their Record”—-Bomi Senatorial Hopeful Tells Electorate
Kpalaykuwah Gibson, a senatorial hopeful of Bomi County and former President of the Bomi Citizens in the Americas, has called on the electorate to vote for people based on their record during the up-coming general elections come October 10, 2023.
According to Gibson, the records of individuals are important in any election, because they help the voters to make the best choice in the interest of the country and themselves.
He made the statement during an exclusive interview with the Hot Pepper over the weekend in Monrovia.
Gibson noted that his leadership will rebrand every segment of Bomi County, ranging from health, education to agriculture, empowerment, amongst others.
He explained that, prior to his ambition, his leadership at the international level in the Americas with Bomi citizens provided support to the county in every sector.
The Bomi senatorial hopeful promised to bring his leadership at the doorstep of every citizen in the county.
Commenting on the key priorities in his platform, he reiterated that his leadership will provide formal and informal education to Bomi citizens.
Providing his narrative on how this will be done when he is in charge of the county’s leadership, he said his informal education has to do with vocational training for Bomi County citizens who have not obtained their secondary education.
In addition, he also stated that his leadership will ensure the decentralization of informal education (vocational training) to each district in order to address the challenges confronting the livelihood of the people in the county.
The Bomi County senatorial hopeful promised the continuation of the student exchange program for higher education citizens during his term at the National Legislature.
According to him, at the international level serving as President for Bomi Citizens in the Americas, he introduced the student exchange program to Bomi citizens, which led to lots of Bomi students studying in the United States.
He spoke on lots of issues confronting the forward march of the county, but said he wants citizens to vote based on aspirants’ record.