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-‘If You Don’t Vote For My Candidate, No Development’
The beef said to be between Senator J. Milton Teahjay and Representative Matthew Zarzar, all of Sinoe County, seems unending, with reports that the former is backing a particular candidate against the latter in the race for the county’s District #3 seat.

Image result for Teahjay LiberiaZarzar currently occupies the seat and is running for re-election, but Senator Teahjay is fighting tooth and nail to have him voted out. Apparently it is against this apparent backdrop Senator Teahjay has threatened citizens of District #3 that they risk losing development opportunities if did not vote to elect the candidate of his choice on October 10.

He made the assertions back in May this year at the Willie N. Wylie Memorial Baptist School far before the start of candidates’ accreditation as well as the ongoing campaign process.

The assertions are likely to even enliven the tension existing between the two sons of the county. “My sarpo family, I am warning you, you did it here in 2005. In 2005 you sent one of your children to Capitol Building and gave him nine years and when the nine years came to an end, he could not account for anything,” the Senator said in apparent reference to former Senator Mobutu Nyepan who was elected as 2005 and lost in 2014 during the special senatorial elections.

Then Superintendent of Sinoe, Teahjay resigned, contested and defeated Nyepan. “When you go that ballot box, ask yourselves the question, who is better suited to work with me Teahjay for companies to come into this district. I want to be able to intervene in bring development into the district but I cannot do that now because of the person you have working with me and that person is a confusion person.”

“Let me tell you the true gentlemen, if I don’t get Kolo and you people don’t work hard for Kolo to win this district, there will be lots of problems. I am telling you people the true because if I don’t get Kolo to be elected here, all of you young people who want job will be delayed.”

Candidate Kolo S. Saywon who is the choice of Senator Teahjay is going against current Representative Zarzar who he (Teahjay) says has dismally performed.

According to Sen. Teahjay, if the people of the district, particularly the Sarpo people do not support his candidate for the representative seat in the impending October’s elections due to the many interventions this candidate has made over the years in the district, they would be harming themselves.

He named the building of bridges, hand pumps and other developments as some of the interventions made by his candidate, Saywon, noting that these are the kind of developments the people are yearning for over the years. Senator Teahjay chairs the Unity Party Sinoe County campaign team while Zarzar is running on the ticket of UP.

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