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Nimba Kwado Endorses Weah For 2nd Term

Nimba Kwado Liberia Incorporated over the weekend endorsed President George Weah’s re-election bid with a resolution to continue to work with the Weah-led government.
In a three-count petition statement, the group said President Weah should be given a second term to continue his developmental works in Nimba County and Liberia in general.
“The President of Liberia worked with Nimba as a county to provide jobs and education opportunities for all Nimbaians and not through an individual,” Nimba Kwado Liberia Incorporated observed.
Nimba Kwado through its president, Isaac Dahn and the entire leadership thanked President Weah for what it called “The level of development carried in Nimba County.”
They assured the President of their preparedness to mobilize all Nimbaians throughout the country to ensure that he is re-elected.
In response to the endorsement statement, President George Manneh Weah accepted the endorsement of his second term bid by residents of Nimba County through Nimba Kwado.
President Weah thanked the petitioners for reaffirming their support to him and his second term bid and with assurance, he informed residents of Nimba County that he will not deviate from his commitment to them and the entire citizenry, to develop Liberia and make it a better place for everyone.
“I will work with the people of Nimba to develop the county,” the Liberian Leader said.
Nimba Kwado Liberia Incorporated is an umbrella organization that features the conglomeration of all Nimbaians, at home and abroad.

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