Kamara To Join Senatorial Race

-Support Base Swells
By Anthony Selmah
Ahead of Montserrado County Senatorial race, a cross section of citizens is reportedly gearing up to petition and support the candidacy of the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of NetlibVocational Training Institute (NVTI), Mr. Abdullah L. Kamara. According to report gathered so far, the citizens said, as an educator and humanitarian, Mr. Kamara was perfect for the job to replace outgoing Senator, George MannehWeah of the CDC, now President-elect of Liberia.
In separate interviews across Monrovia, some citizens described the NVTI CEO as a man with vision who, according to them, has contributed greatly to the human resources development of many young people in the country.
According to them, Kamara has imparted knowledge through skills training which benefited many young people in an effort to build their capacities to meet future challenges and contribute to the rebuilding of Liberia.
A beneficiary of Mr. Kamara’s services, John T. Saah said, for the past years, the NVTI CEO has been buttressing government’s efforts by providing job opportunities for many young people in the country, adding that his passion for education and healthcare, among others cannot be over emphasized.
Currently, the NVTI Vocation Institute is fully operational preparing many individuals for the job market.
According to some of the citizens, Mr. Kamara’s election to the senatorial seat, would help bring some level of transformation in all sectors of the county’s development agenda
Some argued that he has the experience and competence to be the next Senator of Montserrado County.
Meanwhile, Mr. Kamara currently runs a clinic at the Peace Island which provides quality healthcare service to thousands of citizens in that part of the County besides the vocational school.
However, Mr. Kamara is yet to let the cat out of the bag on whether or not he would accept the request of the people.

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