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Lyee Bility Makes Headway In District 4

Residents of District 4 over the weekend threw a huge gathering in their thousands in pledge of their support to Lyee K. Bility.
The Director General of one of Liberia’s private owned media institutions, Renaissance Communications Incorporated owner of Truth FM / Real TV is an aspirant for the Representative seat in next year General and Presidential Elections. Speaking to a very large gathering, Bility launched a LD 3 million loan scheme for residents in the district.
Accordingly, the loan will be given to small businesses in the 32 communities in district 4.
“I’m very delighted to reach out to small businesses, this will be a serious relief to small businesses, ” the aspirant expressed.
Also, speaking at that gathering was the chairlady of the market women, Ma Marthar Toe who told reporters that the women wing is excited that such gesture was coming and praised Bility for coming to the people the rightful time and called on all women to make use of the loan scheme the best way.
It is not clear as to which political party Bility will join or desire to support but many are saying he might contest as an independent candidate.

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