CDC SG urges Nimbaians to put County First Above Personal Interest
The Secretary General of the ruling Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC), Jefferson Tamba Koijee, has urged Citizens of Nimba County to put their county’s first above personal interest.
Making remarks at the launch of the “Nimba for Weah 2023” over the weekend, which was held in Saclepea City, Nimba County, Mr. Koijee further the Citizens of Nimba to focus on unity and not division in order for the county to be developed.
According to him, people should not use division because it’s only benefit an individual and not the entire county, adding that not only individual can develop a county.
“For far too long people have been using the thing they call Nimba County interest, our people interest. Let people find different message, let people stop mistaking their interest to be collective interest,” he stated.
“This county has gone through so much to the extent that individuals in this county have benefited only because they have purported to be in the interest of this county,” Mr. Koijee, who is the Mayor of the City of Monrovia, pointed out.
“I do not want to believe that you people of Nimba County are saying that you will decide because there is a perception that there are more other people from different regions in the government. You should be asking what is in it for Nimba County,” Mayor Koijee further pointed out.
“This is about time that the finest sons and daughters of this county from in the diaspora and across Liberia come and launch a revolution that will not see religion, tribes, a revolution that stands against division, but a revolution that will focus on peace and development,” he, among other, added.