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Cllr . Gongloe Sets Eyes On 2023 Leadership …As ‘Team Gongloe’ Surfaces

Liberians with diverse political, economic and social orientation have formed a united front styled, “Team Gongloe” in honor of Cllr. Tiawan Saye “Waamu or Pauleapa” Gongloe.
According to the group’s Chairperson, Jimmy Saah Bombo, Team Gongloe is a community of Liberians whose ideology is bordered with a shared notion that “A better Liberia is possible” where straight adherence to the rule of law is never compromised.
Basically, Team Gongloe is a conglomeration of political parties and interest groupings including the Movement to Ensure Liberia Transformation (MELT), Volunteers For Change (VO!CE), Liberian People’s Party (LPP) amongst others with common objectives in the future.
Bombo noted that God has blessed Liberia with everything and that the growth and development of the country must be harnessed only from the rich soil and waters inherited from their ancestors.
He indicated that the fundamental goal of Team Gongloe is to form alliances with like-minded Liberians at home and abroad who have hope in the integrity and characters of Tiawan Gongloe which he has exemplified.
“Tiawan is a congenial lawyer and rights activist with decades’ worth of experience in leadership, demonstrated through the achievement of hard work, honesty, integrity, and commitment that Liberians can trust,” Bombo noted.
Gongloe who served in various capacities in public service with unquestionable track records is a victim of political repression under various regimes continues to remain resolute in his quest for a better Liberia.
Meanwhile, Gongloe has expressed concerns over the alarming deterioration of the healthcare situation in Liberia and expressed alarm over the rise in the Covid-19 infection coupled with the unexplained health-related deaths of several persons in recent days.
According to a news release on Sunday, July 4, the human rights lawyer is urging the government to be more robust in its fight against the coronavirus especially in the context of reports that the health system in the country’s capital has virtually collapsed.
It noted that with the mounting death toll just in the month of June and now July calls for more vigorous actions that go beyond the recent declaration by the Ministry of Health. The release said the government must put in place measures that will respond to the looming crisis in a more serious way.
“The government must now channel its much needed resources into establishing Covid-19 field treatment centers or units in major population centers around Monrovia and other parts of the country as a mean of alleviating the stress on the country’s overburdened health system,” the statement said.
The statement also called on members of the Legislature to transfer their portions of the US$15,000 in a pool fund that will serve as initial capital for the construction of field hospitals.
It went further by calling on the president and his subordinates to equally avoid the waste of state resources and channel such savings toward the alleviation of the health crisis the country is facing.

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