MONROVIA-Market Women of Montserrado County District #16 have paid homage to President George M. Weah for impacting their lives through his developmental agenda.
Speaking Monday during the county tour and citizens’ engagement in the District, the Market Women spokesperson Elizabeth Freeman said the market women are grateful to President Weah for relieving them from the challenges that they were confronted with in the Duala Market.
According to her, President Weah was able to build a decent market for them including roads and electricity.
She called on President Weah to assist them with an additional market building opposite the Beer Factory.
According to her, the Saturday Market needs serious attention because of the swamp thus affecting their businesses due to the mud that has taken over the market mostly this rainy season.
Speaking, Montserrado County Superintendent, Florence Brandy told the assembly that President Weah, through the County Legislative Caucus that he chaired at the time he was a senator ensures that the construction of the New Kru Town Hall and other developmental projects across the county.
The longest serving Superintendent of Montserrado County in President Weah-led government said the citizens of Montserrado are appreciative of the developmental projects undertaken by this government.
She disclosed that due to the various developments carried out by President Weah, the people of Montserrado County have resolved to re-elect him in the upcoming general and presidential elections.
Sup. Brandy told the gathering that the people of Montserrado County are going to do all in making sure that the county achieves its objective during the President’s county tour.
According to her, those critics who have been providing misinformation concerning the President’s county tour have nothing to say, stressing that their quest has been unsuccessful.
She said the government will continue to do the developmental agenda for the Liberian people.