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Delta Human Rights Foundation Boss Eyes Bong's District #3 Representative SeatBy: D. Wilson Nornienorniewilson@gmail.com...
04/06/2022

Delta Human Rights Foundation Boss Eyes Bong's District #3 Representative Seat

By: D. Wilson Nornie
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Gbarnga City, Bong County - Mr. Jesse B. Cole the Lead Human Rights defender of the Delta Human Rights Foundation says he's contemplating on contesting as Representative in Bong's electoral district #3 once his assessment is completed.

Jesse B. Cole, fomer Regional Coordinator of the Catholic Justice and Peace Commission (JPC) and now Lead Human Rights defender of the Delta Human Rights Foundation said, once his assessment shows that bulk of the eligible voters residing in electoral district #3 wants him to contest for the district lawmaking post he will have no other choice but to swiftly respond to their called.

"Legislative power is the people's power, if the people decide to vote me into power, I will have no regrets to serve my people" the Delta Boss said.

The recent post on his official page under the caption "FACTS IF JESSE B COLE BECOME A LAWMAKER OF BONG COUNTY DISTRICT 3", comments section clearly suggests that the human rights advocate intend to venture into politics very soon.

Mr. Jesse B. Cole post on his Official page spike-off mixed views amongst his facebook followers/friends.

Gbanyan Sumo, who is one his followers/friends on facebook made these comments:
"It will be a good representation because of the deeper understanding he has of governance".

While Morris A F Keita also wrote the following lines in the comment section:

"As for me, I don't want you to join politics. Please for God's sake continue our advocacy"
This is how Mr. Cole responded to Morris A F Keita comments:

"Morris A F Keita i been in politics long since. The advocacy is politics".
Both Morris A F Keita and CoachJesse Cole responded to each other back and forth in the comments section:

Morris A F Keita: "CoachJesse Cole Yes, that is true, but what happens is that, when some people get elected immediately the advocacy stop. You being a representative will be a blessing if the advocacy continue the same way".

CoachJesse Cole: "Morris A F Keita u have to help me continue to engage me to do the right thing".

Morris A F Keita: "CoachJesse Cole i will always stand by whoever wants to see our county prosper".

In a chat with reporters recently in Gbarnga, Mr. Cole averred, that as social worker there are separate ways he usually conduct assessments and as such the social media (Facebook) is one of the major mediums of far-striking his political assessment and in the soonest possible time he will be commuting to parts of electoral district 3 to further his assessment.

"Man by nature is a political animal, I have been a political figure over the years but currently I'm a non-partisan" He averred.

He continued: My political quest will help expand or bring to fruition our many advocacies because we (CSOs) are doing the work of lawmakers oweing to the fact that most of them doesn't understand the workings of the House of Representatives".

Mr. Cole noted, during his ascendency into the House of Representatives he will make sure that power be given back to the common people and will create a avenue for them to have a say in decision making processes.

He then, frowned at citizens who sing songs of glorification to people who squandered tax-payers monies in order to earned their living.

"See the song that people were singing this few days in Gbarnga 'You waysay papa, You waysay papa oooo, You waysay, You waysay papa... These songs are meant to glorified God not men who continue to misused their own money" He demonstrated.

The tough talking human rights advocate explains that it's about time qualified and patriotic Liberians stand up for the right thing and desist from being silent on issues that have the propensity of impeding the growth and development of Liberia.

He named, the misdiversion of the National Road Fund for two fiscal years (July 1, 2018 to June 30, 2020), which amounted to millions of dollars on fuel levies paid by motorists for the maintenance and rehabilitation of roads in Liberia and the constant misused of tax-payers monies by some CDC lawmakers and executive members as paramount issues needed to be accurately address by Liberians.

He further emphasized that of recent Rep. Cole and other high ranking government officials splashed over $2 billion Liberian dollars in Gbarnga, thus heavily questioning the source of said money.

Cole, agued that the Central Bank of Liberia recently infused a new family of bank note series starting with $4 billion worth of $100 notes and if $2 billion Liberian dollars can be spent just in a day by a group of top Cdicians he sees it as lies and mere political tactics already checks disbursed has reportedly began to bounce back making it uneasy for the people to cash out the check that were distributed by Rep. Cole and others.

Meanwhile, back in 2018 speculation aroused that Mr. Jesse B. Cole and his compatriot Aaron G. V. JuahKollie had political ambitions when they installed pieces of solar lights in the corridors of Gbarnga City, a project that most people felt was intended to defaced Rep. Cole after he had pledge to provide solar lights for the people of District 3 and Gbarnga City by extension during the 2017 election.

During the campaign in 2017, Rep. Cole promised to make available 200 solar lights to make Gbarnga and District 3 a bright place, especially during the night hours.

But it took nearly two years for the lawmaker to fulfilled his campaign promise to his constituents over his failure of providing the solar lights in his first one hundred days as promised.

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Over 4,000 Women Benefit From Skills Training In Bong By: Josiah Pailay +231880205406/+231775260307josiahspailay@gmil.co...
02/06/2022

Over 4,000 Women Benefit From Skills Training In Bong

By: Josiah Pailay
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Gbarnga-With assistance from Bong County Electoral District#3 Representative Josiah Melvin Cole, the Nenikpoma Women Alliance has Graduated over 4,000 women from its women's skills training program in the County.

Nenikpoma is a non-profit making and non-governmental organization that is interested in training young and older folks in Gbarnga to become self-sufficient and avoid depending on political actors for little or nothing.

The Graduation ceremony brought together high-profile Government officials containing Liberia's Finance Minister Hon. Samuel D.Tweah, Minister of State for Presidential Affairs Nathaniel F. Mgcill, Deputy House Speaker of the 54th National Legislature Cllr. J.Fonati Koffa including Margibi County District #3 Rep. Ellen Attoh Wrehand and Montserrado County District #4 Rep. Rustonlyn Suacoco Dennis.

Speaking during the graduation ceremony, the Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Madam Youngor Barco Cole narrated that the organization was established to empower women and girls through the skills training program.

The Nenikpoma Organization training program according to Mrs. Cole is intended to sponsor and empower underprivileged girls and women who are interested in the production of liquid soap, Catering among several other pieces of training in the District.

The District three first lady disclosed that the organization is struggling to Transform the livelihood of the ordinary citizens through women's Empowerment, and Community Engagement in Liberia's central region (Bong).

According to the Chief Executive Officer, the second phase of the training will directly focus on the Kporqulleh clan, the Jorqulleh clan, the Jorpolu clan, Bellequlleh clan, Gboata, Gbonnah, Jenepleta, and Kparnyah Town among others.

She is therefore calling on the National Government and other philanthropists organizations to buttress the efforts of the group to expand the workings of the organization to all parts of the Bong County instead of just operating in District#3.

Madam Youngor Cole at the same time called on citizens of District #3 particularly women and girls to take advantage of the NENIKPOMA skills training program, something she believes will improve their future.


Guest speaking at the first graduation exercises of Nenikpoma Women Organization in Gbarnga recently, Liberia's Deputy House Speaker Cllr. J. Fonati Koffa encouraged the Nenikpoma Women to continue to take on the culture of educating and empowering young people in the region.

He acknowledged the efforts of Madam Younger Cole and other members of the Nenikpoma Women's Organization for the good work done over the years.

The Liberian Lawmaker then presented one new Toyota pickup along with two new Bajaj Motorbikes to the group in other to be used by the leadership of the organization to smoothly enhance their operation.

Meanwhile, Finance and Development Planning Minister Samuel D.Tweah and Minister of State for Presidental Affairs Nathaniel F. McGill disclosed that the National Legislature has placed two million United States Dollars in the 2022 National Budget for loans and the provision of micro-finance to women's organizations across the fifteen political subdivisions of Liberia.

The duo told the gathering that the CDC government headed by President George Mannah Weah is functioning to expand all sectors of the country's economy, ranging from the construction of roads in Southern Liberia and the provision of Electricity in Montserrado County Education, Health among others.

The two top government officials however presented litter over twenty-six million Liberian Dollars cheques to members of Nenikpoma.

For their part, some of the graduates extended thanks and gratitude to the founder of the organization and promised to utilize the knowledge acquired during the skills training program.

Catherine Kerkulah age 45, and a resident of Sugar Hill Community is at the same time advising her fellow compatriots not to downplay the idea gained during the training.

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President Weah Dispatches Minister McGill, Others to Israel, VaticanAbu Dhabi, UAE – The President of the Republic, Dr. ...
01/06/2022

President Weah Dispatches Minister McGill, Others to Israel, Vatican

Abu Dhabi, UAE – The President of the Republic, Dr. George Manneh Weah, has dispatched a high-power delegation headed by the Minister of State for Presidential Affairs, Hon. Nathaniel Farlo McGill as a Special Envoy, to the State of Israel and the Vatican.


The delegation headed by Minister McGill, which leaves the country Wednesday, June 1, 2022, includes Hon. Mawine G. Diggs, Minister of Commerce and Industry; Hon. Jeanine M. Cooper, Minister of Agriculture; Hon. Ledgerhood Julius Rennie, Minister of Information, Culture Affairs, and Tourism; Hon. Henry B. Fahnbulleh, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs; and Hon. Jefferson S. Kanmoh, National Security Advisor.


Minister McGill, as Special Envoy, will also visit other European Countries under the President’s mandate.


Meanwhile, the Liberian Chief Executive, who is still out of the country, has designated the Minister of Finance and Development Planning, Hon. Samuel D. Tweah, Jr., to act as Chair of the Cabinet in close consultation with the Vice President of Liberia and via telephone with the President of Liberia, Dr. Weah.


In a related development, President Weah is expected to depart the United Arab Emirates (UAE) today, June 1, 2022, for Ghana to attend the Extraordinary Summit of Heads of State and Government of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS).

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