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Weah Endorses Roland Duo’s Senatorial Bid In Nimba

By Solomon T. Gaye 

President George Manneh Weah, over the weekend, endorsed Roland Duo as the CDC’s representative for the Nimba Senatorial seat.

President Weah arrived in Nimba, along with the Vice president, Jewel Howard Taylor, as well as Education Minister, Ansu Sonii, and others.

Speaking at the welcoming program at the John Wesley Pearson Sports Pitch in Ganta, City Mayor, Amos G Suah, assured the President that residents in the nine electoral districts are in high gear for his re-election in the pending October 10 Polls.

Speaking on the same issue, County Inspector, Mack Gblinu, named local authorities, traditional elders, women group, youths, and religious groups as some who are willing to support President Weah in the upcoming elections.

President George Weah, in his speech, threw his support behind Roland Duo, naming him as CDC’s Senatorial Candidate in Nimba in the pending October 10 Presidential and Representative Elections in the country.

According to President Weah, Roland Duo, if elected, will be a good son of Nimba and carry out more developments in the county.

President Weah is presently in Nimba touring the nine political districts, having discreet meetings with various strategic groups, in solicitation of their support for his re-election bid in the upcoming Presidential Election.

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