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Crucial Position Paper to the People of Nimba County Far and Near

"Given Nimba's history of producing vice presidents, it is indeed prudent to consider the presidential bid of Cllr. Gongloe. Electing him as our president would be a historic milestone, marking a new era of Nimba's political influence and leadership on the national stage. It would mean having a Nimbain as the head and not the tail, as our famous saying goes" says Washington Donokolo CKA Nash Washington
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Washington Donokolo Know on Facebook as Nash Washington

Ladies and gentlemen, distinguished Nimbaians,

Fellow Nimbaians, I want to address an important matter concerning the upcoming elections and the representation of Nimba County. It is indeed a remarkable moment for Nimba, as two distinguished sons of the county, Cllr. Tiawan Saye Gongloe and Jeremiah Koung, are actively participating in this crucial race.

Nimba County holds great significance in the political landscape of Liberia. With nearly four hundred thousand registered voters, Nimba possesses significant electoral power. The county has also made its mark in history by producing two vice presidents in the past. This is a testament to the capabilities and leadership potential that lies within Nimba.

In the current race, Cllr. Gongloe is vying for the presidency, seeking to lead our nation towards a better future. His exceptional track record as a Human Rights Lawyer, Civil Rights and Anti-Corruption Advocate, and Educator speaks volumes about his ability to effect positive change. He has demonstrated a steadfast commitment to justice, integrity, and the well-being of the Liberian people.

Meanwhile, his cousin Jeremiah Koung has been chosen as the running mate to Joe Boakai, an experienced politician with a wealth of knowledge and insight. This partnership presents an opportunity for Nimba to have a strong representation in the highest echelons of government.

As Nimbaians, we understand the importance of representation and the need to have our voices heard at the national level. It is our collective aspiration to see our county progress and flourish, and to have leaders who prioritize our interests and uplift our communities.

Given Nimba’s history of producing vice presidents, it is indeed prudent to consider the presidential bid of Cllr. Gongloe. Electing him as our president would be a historic milestone, marking a new era of Nimba’s political influence and leadership on the national stage. It would mean having a Nimbain as the head and not the tail, as our famous saying goes.

Let us seize this moment and unite as Nimbaians to support Cllr. Gongloe’s presidential bid. Together, we can contribute to the realization of a Nimba County that thrives and prospers under principled and visionary leadership. Our collective voice and votes can make a significant difference in shaping the future of our beloved county and nation.

May we stand strong, united, and determined to make our voices heard and to bring about positive change for Nimba and Liberia as a whole.

Thank you, and may God bless Nimba County and the great nation of Liberia.

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