“2029 Elections Is My Worry; Not 2023”

…Rep. Enders

By Esau J. Farr

MONROVIA-Montserrado County District #6 Representative, Samuel Enders says he is not worried about the pending October 10, 2023, Legislative and Presidential Elections.

According to Rep. Enders, he believes that the electorates of his district now have the choice to decide whether he should be maintained as their representative or be replaced at the polls.

The Montserrado County Lawmaker said as far as he is concerned when it comes to the election in his district, he sees himself as the representative of the people of Montserrado County District #6 beyond 2023.

“I think I have tried my best to work with and for my people, and so I believe that they will take a decision that will be in the direction of development,” Rep. Enders pointed out.

He spoke Wednesday in Paynesville in an interview with an online TV, Royal Family TV.

“As I move around the district, I can only see myself and no other contender. I see people hanging flyers and billboards, but I think they have all come to walk around for others to see them, but to be frank with you, this 2023 Election is not my worry, but the 2029 Presidential and Legislative Elections.

Rep. Enders is one of few lawmakers in Liberia who was seen as an individual who reasonably established himself and has made tangible impacts in the lives of thousands of Liberians both at home and abroad before ascending to the elected position in Liberia.

Prior to joining Members of the 54th Liberian Legislature, Rep. Enders owned and operated the famous African Dream Academy and provided free medical services to children less than six years.

Since his election to the 54th Legislature, he has and continues to run both institutions even on better and improved levels.

The African Dream Academy is one of the outstanding secondary schools in Liberia with a tuition-free policy for students from beginner through Elementary Level.

The Haven Care Medical Center in the ELWA Community is also providing free medical services to all children under six years old.

His services to humanity have paved his way to the Capitol Building as a representative for Montserrado District #6, replacing now Bomi County Senator, Edwin M. Snow.

His ascendency has further tightened his political grips in the district thus making him to be a formidable force to reckon with since he is loved by many, especially for the humanitarian services he has and continues to provide to ordinary Liberians even outside of his district.

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