Bong County District Two Representative, and also Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives, Prince K. Moye has been called upon to contest the upcoming 2020 Special Senatorial Election by dozens of citizens in the county noting that his services at the House has been appreciated, and further asked him to contest.
The citizens speaking to GNN Correspondent in Central Liberia said their quest of asking Representative Moye to contest the pending 2020 Special Senatorial Election is due to his excellent performances over the years as their direct representative in the House of Representatives, stressing, that during this period, Honorable Moye will be overwhelmingly elected as their senator.
GNN Correspondent also said the support for Representative Moye becoming the next Senator of the County swells by the day, adding, “Many of those who are opting for the election of Honorable Moye have reechoed his numerous developmental initiatives including educating the youthful population of the County, has won him lots of support from the people in the county,” our Correspondent speaking via mobile phone said.
However, speaking to reporters in Monrovia, the Bong County lawmaker also confirmed his interest in the pending 2020 Special Senatorial Election for Bong County, stressing that his quest to serve his people is not for financial gains but to rather provide those things that they have been opting for.
He further noted that the 2020 Special Senatorial election will not be a decision made on a silver platter in Bong County, but rather to equally strive for it and bring life to the people of the County.
Addressing reporters following a meeting with Muslim leaders from across the district Deputy Speaker Moye asked Muslims to pray for him as he moves through the last seven percent of his consultation in the county.
Rep. Moye, who is currently carrying on consultation with citizens, said he will brief Muslims and the entire county on the outcome of the discussions held, and bragged that he is currently gearing up for mid-term senatorial election next year.