Ahead of the 2017 presidential and legislative elections there are more than twenty five representative aspirants in the race in Nimba County district four.
Citizens at home and abroad, judging from the increase in the number of representatives and presidential aspirants are more than twenty aspirants that are vying for the position ahead of the 2017 elections.
The Twah River which falls within is Nimba County electoral number 4 has the highest number of aspirants in the upcoming elections. Credible report gathered by this paper revealed that the district has more than twenty five individuals vying for the single representative seat.
Mr. .Alexander B. Voker is one of those wanting to unseat incumbent representative, Garrison Yealue, in the ensuing 2017 elections. He said if elected as representative in 2017, education will be his top priority.
He named other priorities such as Health, Economic, social, education among others. He said education will be free through lobbying power to improve the knowledge of the young people is the district.
Representative aspirant Voker also commented on what his advocacy will be if elected. He said he will kindly look at the protection of his people if he is elected as representative in district # 4 in Nimba County.
Meanwhile, he has expressed plans to do all he can to support bills that will be in the interest of Christianity in Liberia. He said the American Consolidation Society (ACS) was a Christian organization that funded Liberia. “Even though Liberia is a Christian nation it does not means that other religions cannot live in the country, he said added.
By Kpayelee W. Johnson, Nimba County Correspondent