GANTA, Nimba â€“ The All Liberian Party of businessman Benoni W. Urey has provided its Nimba branch with a vehicle to boost its presence in the county.
ALP National Chairman Theodore Momo, Jr. said, after the partyâ€™s recent convention, it is now focusing on providing its various chapters with the capacity to increase the partyâ€™s membership base.
He made the statements to reporters during a visit to the leadership of the ALPâ€™s Nimba branch on May 17.
â€œTrue to our dreams and aspiration, today we are here to officially turn over a brand new Mazda pick-up to the leadership of Nimba County,â€ Momo said. â€œThe turning over of this pick-up is just the beginning; there are more materials and equipment coming forth for Nimba.â€
Making the presentation to the head of ALPâ€™s Nimba branch, Bob Yeaney, Momo called on the leadership to use the vehicle for the purpose intended.
Yeaney thanked the national executive and its political leader and pledged to ensure that the party meets its recruitment objectives in Nimba.
â€œWe also say in the simplest Liberian way â€“ we tell you and your boss man thank you yah. We can assure you people that this car that was given today will be used for the purpose that it was given for,â€ Yeaney said.
â€œWe will continue to tell people about Nimba County. This is a county that you donâ€™t have to overlook. Nimba County, we are not weak people; we are always strong, and we are going to meet our objectives.â€