By: Washington Tumay Watsonemail@example.com
MONROVIA-A strong stalwart of the Congress for Democratic Change (CDC) a constituent member of the Coalition for Democratic Change, Representative Acarous Gray has called on those of the Congress for Democratic Change by extension the Coalition partisans who are in government to go back to their respective counties of origin and make a little impact on the lives of the people.
The Montserrado County District #8 Representative said if those officials of government from the CDC go back home and undertake little development for the people of their respective towns and cities in rural Liberia, it will help to change the narrative of the negative perception.
Speaking to a local media in Monrovia, the CDC Previous Assistant Secretary General said what those of the former ruling party now opposition did not do in 12 years and they are now opposition, the CDC-led government is doing it in a short period of time.
He indicated that the recent senatorial by-election in Lofa County that independent candidate backed by the Coalition for Democratic Change, Cllr. Joseph Jallah who has been declared winner was based on the sons of the county who are in government and decided to go back and make impact on the living condition of the people in Lofa.
Rep. Gray noted that, Representative Thomas Fallah, Jefferson Koijee and others were able to undertake developmental projects as a way of given back to their native land.
He told the media that due to such relevant decision by those sons of Lofa who are in the government prompted him to go back home to Grand Cape Mount County to make such impact on the lives of his people.
Rep. Gray narrated that he was able to pay some students’ school fees from the county.
The CDC Lawmaker further disclosed that he is contemplating on undertaking developmental projects within Grand Cape Mount County.
He expressed gratitude to the government for working on the Robert- sports Road, the capital City of Grand Cape Monty County.
According to him, the road will shortly be paved under the leadership of President George M. Weah.