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Civil Society Groups In Gd. Gedeh Unhappy

Several Civil society organizations in Grand Gedeh County have expressed regret over the alleged denial by the county authority to allow them speak directly to President George Weah during his visit to the country.
According to the CSOs, they were informed that some points in their statements would have been removed or they would not be allowed to speak at the town hall gathering.
They explained that some of their points were to privatize the country electricity to a company; to bring in investment for PUTU Mountain Company which will provide jobs for more Liberians as well the the disunity among the leadership of county which is causing delay in the county development and increasing the county’s Social Development funds.
Other issues were the increment of activity fees at the GGCCC which is causing more students to drop off school during the last two semesters, among many others.
Meanwhile, President is expected to arrive in Harper today in continuation of his nation wide tour.

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