Amid Rousing Welcome in District #6, President Weah Assures Citizens of More Development Initiatives

Wednesday, 17th August 2022
President Weah and entourage being welcomed in district #6
President Weah and entourage being welcomed in district #6
Photo Credit: Executive Mansion Photo
Monrovia, Liberia – The President of the Republic, H.E. Dr. George Manneh Weah, has unpacked a horde of development programs for citizens as enshrined in the Pro Poor Agenda for Prosperity and Development (PAPD) and promised the people of District #6 in Montserrado County that they will not be left out.
President Weah said every district in the country will experience a fair share of development under his Government.
The President made the assertion on Wednesday, August 17, 2022, when he addressed thousands of citizens at the Samuel Kanyon Doe Sports Complex Gymnasium in Paynesville as part of his tour of Montserrado County.
President Weah thanked the citizens for their mammoth turn out and reiterated his commitment to implementing every promise made during the 2017 campaign.
“I will not make you shame for defying all the propaganda against me and electing me in 2017,” the President said.
“Together, we have achieved a lot in the last five years of my incumbency and I assure you that there is still more to achieve,” the Liberian Leader told a cheering crowd at the interactive town hall program.
In spite of the countless development initiatives already achieved, including building hospitals, schools, roads, and awarding free education, amongst others, the President overemphasized the need for more development across the Country.
“I have more to do for you,” he assured the citizens of District #6. “With time, I will complete all ongoing projects. I will certainly make you proud.”
Dr. Weah repeated his pledge made at previous town hall meetings in other parts of Montserrado that he would build a new, bigger state-of the-art referral hospital or another John F. Kennedy Memorial Hospital.
Responding to citizens’ request for loans to be given to marketers, the Liberian Chief Executive said US$2m has been approved for rural women and marketers across the Country.
He advised the marketers to work with their lawmakers who led the way on how the loan can be accessed.
The President, who is a Former United Nations’ Peace Ambassador, called on the citizenry to keep the peace in the country.
“With peace, our country will develop; with peace, you can be leaders tomorrow; and with peace, everything we want is achievable,” Dr. Weah maintained.