As the 2017 legislative and presidential elections draw nearer, residents from 49 towns in Bomi County District #3 will on Saturday November 12, 2016 petition their incumbent lawmaker Haja Fata Siryon to re-contest the representative slot.
The female lawmaker first contested the position in 2006 at which time she convincingly won, honorable Siryon re-contested the post in 2011 when she overpowered some top contenders in the District.
She has been heading the District since 2006, due to her working association with the citizens; they have decided to petition her to lead the district for the third time.
District # 3 of Bomi County comprises of Suehn-Mecca and Dewoun districts, which makes it the largest electoral district in the county. According to the organizers of the program, the 49 towns including various women groups have decided to support their Lawmaker for the 2017 election due to her competency to lead.
“For us, we have dealt with the lady since 2006, she’s always there for us, she is developmental oriented and the love for us, for this reason, we will support her all the way. She has supported many organizations, young people, even the elders, we have to give back to her,” the petitioners revealed.
Adding, the organizers stated that Haja Fata Siryon has created educational and job opportunities for the people of the district.
The organizers stated that the program will be marked with speeches from all sector of the district including the religious community. The Bomi County’s Representative is member of Liberia representatives at the ECOWAS’ Parliament in Nigeria.
Bomi County District # 3 Representative Haja Fata Siryon has donated medical drugs valued at over US$8,000 to several clinics in the district. Recently, the energetic lawmaker donated medical drugs valued at over US$8,000 to several clinics in the district as part of her regular medical support to her people.
The donation was in response to battle and prevent sicknesses attacking the people of the district. Many health facilities including Suehn, Mecca and Zeh Town clinics benefited from the lawmaker benevolence.
The lack of medicines at clinics was a serious problem affecting healthcare delivery in the district, but with the help of the Lawmaker, things are on course.