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LIBERTY PARTY NATIONAL CHAIRMAN MUSA HASSAN BILITY ACCEPTS PETITION TO RUN FOR NIMBA COUNTY ELECTORAL DISTRICT SEVEN (7) IN NIMBA COUNTY

Currently, the district is being represented by opposition Unity Party Lawmaker, Roger S. W. Y. Domah.
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Saclepea, Nimba County – A son of Nimba County and chairman of the opposition Liberty Party,

Musa Hassan Bility has officially announced his intention to contest for the representative slot of Nimba Electoral District#7 comes October 2023.

Hon. Domah & Chairman Bility Face on

His decision is in response to barrage of calls from cross-section of citizens from various spectrum of the district to represent them at the lower house of the national legislature.

Cross-Section of citizens at the petitional ceremony in saclepea

Few days ago, citizens and residents of both Zoe-Gbao and Wee-Gbei Administrative Districts converged in Bahn City to petition Mr Bility for the position of representative comes 2023.

According to them, they are thrilled by the many contributions Mr Bility has and continues to make towards the development initiatives of District#7 and other parts of the county.

Prior to his acceptance oration at the weekend in Saclepea, the citizens of Wee-Gbei lauded their Zoe-Gbao counterparts for the shower of love on their son as demonstrated through the petition, while pleading with him to contest the district seat.

Cross-Section of citizens at the petitional ceremony in saclepea

Reading the petition statement, the citizens assured the Liberty Party chairman of their commitment and sincere support.

Of late, Mr Bility has been involved with several development projects across district#7 including reconditioning of the road between Bahn and Saclepea cities respectively.

Currently, the district is being represented by opposition Unity Party Lawmaker, Roger S. W. Y. Domah.

However, in his acceptance remarks, Mr Bility said with the level of sincerity he sees in the faces of district#7 citizens, he holds no doubt but to take on the challenge.

He promised to build a University in Saclepea, one of the cities within the district that is centrally located.

Additionally, Aspirant Bility vowed to construct schools in every town of district#7 when elected lawmaker. But before the start of official political campaign next year, he assured his citizens of well paved roads to every town in the district, while using the medium to lavish praises of some citizens including Saclepea City Mayor, Jeremiah Nyagian who he said have always stood by him.

For his part, Mayor Nyagian, in his welcome remarks earlier indicated that the presidential seat of Liberia and Senatorial Position of Nimba are preserved exclusively for the ruling government, but not the representative post of Nimba County Electoral District#7.

By: Mark S. Dahn

Nimba D-9 TV, Senior Reporter/Editor

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