LIBERIA: Reminiscences Of Deputy Speaker’s Leadership Seems Noticeable, As Developmental Initiatives Lauded  

Meeting his people despite of any situation

Ahead of Liberia’s presidential and legislative poll which is expected to be held  on October 10, 2023, with many Liberians making their choice be noticed, one of those who have been highly graded as one of those Liberians is the current Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives, Cllr. Jonathan Fonati Koffa.

Flash Back: Breaking ground for the construction of a school

Known affectionately as ‘JFK’, who is also the direct representative in the legislature for the people of Grand Kru County, specifically of District # 2 has greatly impacted the interest of the people who have resolved to opt for his vigorous reelection come October poll.

One of the schools built by the Deputy Speaker in his home county

In order to reflect on his numerous developmental and humanitarian contributions to the most needy, the GNN has publicly resolved to retrospect the workings of this unique lawmaker, who many described as ‘Man of the People’ for his numerous services to the people.

Grand Kru County Citizens are always excited to welcome back home their kinsman

In his five years administration, JFK being a man who has interest in the future leaders of this country has willingly undertaken several educational projects included and not limited to the construction of six modern schools in his home county; Grand Kru County.

Always with his people knowing their problems and solving them

The construction of the John Karpeh Fannon Elementary School, Chemgbeti Town, Dorboh District, the George Tugbeh Worjloh School, Sasstown  Jrao District, the Taybue School, Taybue Town, Buah District, Sally Tougbabou School Wropluken, Buah District, the Kayken School, Kayken, Kplio District, and the  Fleneken School, Big  Fleneken Town Kplio District.

In our feature publications, GNN will come out on a regular basis to publicly inform the public of the truth workings of this lawmaker.

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