‘Rep Acarous Gray is a drowning man in District #8’ -District #8 candidate Samuel Sumo Dean

By Amos Harris

The Representative candidate of District #8 in Montserrado County,   Samuel Sumo Dean, commonly  call  chu-chu  said Representative Acarous Gray is a drowning man in District#8, he said Rep. Gray  has  no place  in district# 8  as  a Lawmaker anymore,  he said

Speaking  to journalists  at his  district campaign  office  on   over week end in  Jallah  Town,   Dean  told  journalists  that  his  campaign  team  will go all  out  in the  to campaign in the interest  of the people, he said.

Meanwhile, Samuel Sumo Chu-chu Dean, Sr., a disability rights activist and human rights defender and representative candidate of district 8 and resident of the City Hall Community, to clean the garbage at the Mercy Doe market in the interest of the people.

Speaking to journalists in Monrovia candidate Dean said he and his team of 100 volunteers from throughout the district started this cleanup campaign, when our drowning lawmaker, out of desperation, sprang into action to derail our project and score dirty political points for his dying career.

Whereas Chu-Chu-chu planned to rid the market of all the solid waste, reconstruct the sight, and employ a sustainable maintenance program, his was to bring trash-ridden debris to cover the garbage.

This is something that the Monrovia City Corporation (MCC) and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) are sitting by idly and watching with an uncaring attitude.

He said under the City ordinance, buried garbages pose a major environmental hazard that could lead to natural disasters in the future, but even the drainage to the market was allowed to be compromised and a business built over it to appease a dedicated partisan.

Mr. Dean  told journalists  that  Rep  Gray  is  a troublemaker  in the  country  including  the district,  “we  will not sit  down  and  allow  some  who does not respect the rule  law in Liberia,  to win  the  district”, he said.

Disability is the experience of any condition that makes it more difficult for a person to do certain activities or have equitable access within a given society. Disabilities may be cognitive, developmental, intellectual, mental, physical, sensory, or a combination of multiple factors. Disabilities can be present from birth or can be acquired during a person’s lifetime.

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