Keshen Vows True Representation
-If Elected Mont. Senator.
By Anthony Selmah
Mark Keshen, an aspirant in the pending Montserrado County Senatorial by-election has vowed to represent the citizens of the County to the best of his ability, if elected to the position.
The Montserrado County Senatorial aspirant further said that his coming into the pending Montserrado county senatorial race is for the reason of working in the interest of the citizens of the county.
Senatorial aspirant Keshen made the assertion over the weekend in an interview with journalists during the induction ceremony of the President of Barshell University held at the Paynesville Wood Camp Barclay Mission outside Monrovia.According to him, this is a time for massive development transformation to take place in the lives for the citizens of Montserrado County.
He further noted that citizens of Montserrado County need a senator that would push forward legislative bills that will be in the interest of both the County and the Country at-large.
Montserrado County Senatorial aspirant Keshen said vital on his agenda for the county include: education, agriculture, youth empowerment, Health, Housing, Roads and good schools among others.
He added that if the citizens are provided all these, they can be in the position to contribute to the rebuilding process of the Country’s development agenda.
The Montserrado County senatorial aspirant reminded the citizens of the vital role they have to play in the Country’s development drive.
He appealed to students of Barshell University to pay more attention to their education, adding that education is the bedrock to the growth and development of any nation.
Senatorial aspirant Keshen informed the students that education is the gate way of any nations.
He called on the students to remain focused, as they are struggling to get higher education, adding that they should say no to any forms of violence that may come their way.
During the program, the Montserrado County Senatorial aspirant pledged three months free of charge internet facility offer to the Barshell University, and expressed his office’s fullest commitment to work with them.
Meanwhile, Senatorial aspirant Keshen recently donated LD$ 1million to Students of the University of Liberia, as his own way of helping to contribute to the educational needs of the country.