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NIMBA COUNCIL OF ELDERS, INC ADVISOR STATEMENT TO THE CITIZENS OF NIMBA ON THE UP COMING SENATORIAL BY-ELECTIONS

Nimba Elders

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Nimba, County, Liberia: – We, the members of the Nimba Council of Elders reaffirm our unflinching support and commitment to the process of peaceful, free, and fair democratic elections. We call on all our citizens to freely exercise their right to vote and to elect the candidate of their choice in the upcoming senatorial by-elections on APRIL 23, 2024 date in Nimba County.

The Council recalls that the history of this geographic region of Liberia, was once a part of the Central Province. It became a County in the year 1964. Since then, our chiefs, elders and political leaders reached a consensus and put in place a process of political representation by which the two senators from Nimba County were selected based on two regions – one senator from upper Nimba and one senator from lower Nimba. The Council of Elders declares that never in our history have our two senators hail from the same district, chiefdom, clan, or town. Though, this historical trend may had been upset by the recent advent of multiparty democracy in Liberia, it had always balanced the equation of representation of the people of Nimba and hence the Elders Council still holds and supports this view. The Council of Elders, therefore calls on the conscience of all Nimba voters to give deference to equitable.

representation as practiced by our forefathers to avoid

selecting OUR TWO senators from the same district,

chiefdom, clan or town.

DONE IN THE CITY OF GOMPA, NIMBA COUNTY,

REPUBLIC OF LIBERIA, THIS 10TH – DAY OF APRIL A.

D., 2024.

RESPECTFULLY SUBMITTED:

 Dr. Wilfred Sei Boayue

 CHAIRMAN

 Hon. Harry Targehn. Yuan, Sr.

 CO-CHAIRMAN

David Kialain

Secretary General

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