Top Cdcian Commends Weah


An Executive of the Congress for Democratic Change (CDC) from the US has commended President George Weah for the level of developments his administration has embarked on.

James D. Hallowangar

Mr. James D. Hallowanger is former Deputy Director of the Special Security Service (SSS), now the Executive Protection Service (EPS), and former Commandant of the National Police Training Academy, during the administration of Madam Ellen Johnson Sirleaf.

He said he was impressed over the level of feeder road construction being carried out by this administration.

“I am really impressed over the level of changes that have taken place in the short time since I arrived in the country recently. I was here during the campaign time and the election as well. I ran campaign in most of these communities,” he said.

He added, “most of these places did not have paved roads as they are now. Some of these things previous governments have not been able to do in years, the CDC led government is doing it in less than a year. I think we need to commend this effort and allow him to carry out is projects.”

Hallowanger holds three masters; One in political science from the University of Liberia at the Babandiga International Relations, USA, LindenWood University, St. Louis Missouri in Criminal Justice Administration with emphasis in Homeland Security and Counter Terrorism and Public Administration with emphasis in Public Policy.

During the campaign, Hallowanger campaigned for the CDC in many counties, including, Bong, Grand Bassa, Margibi, Nimba and Bomi.

Hallowanger also praised the president for establishing his personal worship center in the country. He said it is a good initiative to take the lead in religion, especially so as a Christian and spreading the word for the people to follow.

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