Montserrado County Electoral District #14 representative aspirant Kerkula Muka-Kamara has called on the residents to work together for the common good of the district.
He said if they are to achieve or make history as a district, everyone should be willing to work together as one people and discourage tribal and religious politics, which has the propensity to bring division among the residents.
Mr. Kamara made these remarks last Sunday when a cross-section of the district honoured and gowned him for his ‘numerous developmental initiatives in the district.’
Kamara said instead of Liberians prioritizing substantive issues, there are some who see tribal and religious politics as the opportunity to secure their interest.
He then appreciated the residents for the honour, and added that the residents’ gesture was a sign of their admiration for him, which would motivate him to further improve the livelihood of the district and its environs.
He said the recognition by the citizens of the district is a clear indication that they appreciate his modest interventions over the years.
Kamara commended residents of district #14, but urged them to prioritize issues that will help to develop the region.
Earlier, the district leadership expressed gratitude to Mr. Kamara for his contributions to the district’s development agenda over the years.
Mr. Kamara has constructed a wooden bridge that links Abuja and Doe communities to Clara Town and the Freeport communities on Bushrod Island.
Thomas Cooper, a resident of Abuja Community recounted how Mr. Kamara helped to address the flooding situation that the community was faced with.
Also speaking, Ruth Badio, a resident of the district said Mr. Kamara’s development initiatives cut across all sectors irrespective of the district location.
Ma Mary Derrick is one of the dwellers in the Abuja Community, Clara Town that hosts over 1000.