Grand Kru Dev. Supt. Warns Youth Against Electoral Violence

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Superintendent Joe M. Sekpeh has recounted how young people have been used over the years during electioneering period as instrument to stir conflict thus undermining peace and stability.

In an interview on the Ahteenah Morning Platform, he admonished the young people to implement positive aspects during the campaign period and the elections itself.

According to him, good conversation has started with the leadership of the Grand Kru Youth Development Association to ensure the young people promote peace and stability instead of creating unhealthy situations that could undermine the electoral processes.

In a separate development,  Grand Kru Assistant Development Superintendent has assured members of the opposition community of a level playing field during the ongoing electioneering period.

Sekpeh noted that the County Administration will be receptive and moderate in providing the needed space for all politicians and political parties.

He made specific reference to the provision of public facilities to other political institutions to ensure a level paying in the county.

It can be recall that members of the opposition over time had complained of reportedly being denied access to public facilities during elections.

 Sekpeh however expressed the hope of additional six years for the George Weah- led government giving the level of development strides made so far.

The Development Superintendent branded as weak political institutions calling themselves political parties, noting that the ruling establishment is not deterred by their presence, but resolved to ensure a resounding defeat come October.

Source: Grand Kru TV News

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