LIBERIA: In Maryland County. LIBSUCO Residents Petition Harper Port Director To Contest in 2023
E. Varney Kamah, GNN Correspondent, Maryland County
As the 2023 presidential and legislative elections draw closer, residents of LIBSUCO in Maryland County have overwhelmingly expressed their support for William W. Wallace, the Manager of Harper Port to contest the upcoming elections for Harper District.
The citizens of the are made their intention known last Sunday August 29, 2021 in LIBSUCO Harper district Maryland county during a colorful program that brought together hundreds of residents including traditional leaders, women and youth groups, local government officials and local media among other who came from Hudukudi, Jedebaiken, Kudikude, Soloken, Tumbaiken and Yoopede towns.
Prior to the official dedication of the accordion, several appeals were made to permanent sons and daughters of Harper district, but this time their appeal gained a fruitful result when Mr. Wallace came to their rescue to purchase the musical equipment.
Accordion is a portable musical instrument with metal reeds blown by bellows, played by means of keys and buttons, consisting of a treble casing with external piano-style keys or buttons and a bass casing (usually with buttons) attached to opposite sides of a hand-operated bellows.
In general, the outside of the accordion is constructed of cellulose over a wood or metal frame, but sometimes other materials are used. Accordions come in the traditional wood stains as well as classic black and red–but are also available in a rainbow of vibrant hues.
According to reports, prior to the civil unrest in Liberia, it was used to serve as a symbol of peace among traditional leaders of various towns and villages in the region, placing LIBSUCO as one of the best villages in dancing the ground ball. On behalf of the traditional leaders Mr: Samuel Howard Chief of Hedukudi town in Harper district expressed appreciation to the Harper Port Director for his positive contributions always to the his people