By Washington Tumay Watsonemail@example.com
MONROVIA-As Liberians gear toward the general and presidential elections in 2023, numerous politicians are now engaged into humanitarian developmental programs across the country.
One of such politician is the Opposition Liberty Party’s National Chairman and Businessman Musa Hassan Bility who in recent time, launched the Musa Bility Development Foundation in Nimba County.
During the launched of the Foundation, Bility, who is a son of Nimba County disclosed that he was going to embark on a developmental programs with the objective to rehabilitating and constructing the various roads across County.
According to him, the earthmoving equipment that his foundation took into the county was intended to give back to his motherland that gave him birth to success in business.
Bility disclosed at the occasion that the roads connectivity projects was not intended for any political benefit, but a humanitarian gesture.
However, due to his road connectivity developmental programs that have connected more towns and cities within Nimba County, citizens of Bahn located in District #7 have petitioned Musa Hassan Bility to contest for the Representative seat ahead of the 2023 General and Presidential Elections.
Nimba County District #7 is presently represented at the legislature by Roger Domah who was elected in 2017 general and presidential elections.
But with the missive road construction developmental projects, the Citizens of Bahn are provoked to petition Bility.
The Citizens presenting their petition over the weekend, through the social media, indicated that their decision to petition the Liberty Party’s National Chairman and a son of the area was due to the developmental programs carried out by his foundation including the building of markets, roads as well as other support given to the youths within their communities and towns.
Bility then appreciated the citizens for such a request but promises to respond shortly.
With such, political pundits believed that the Liberty Party’s National Chairman was in the know of the Citizens’ decision and he was working politically to win the admiration of the citizens within that part of rural Liberia through his roads and markets projects.