Executives and members of the Concerned Students Movement of Liberia have unanimously agreed to endorse Ranney Banama Jackson to occupy the county’s vacancy at the level of the Liberian Senate created by the pronouncement of a pending senatorial election.
The group in a release said that their decision is made after a keen observation of the many contributions that Mr. Jackson had made in improving the livelihood of the people of Bong County.
According to the Concerned Students Movement of Liberia, while Mr. Jackson was serving as Superintendent of Bong County constructed the best sports stadium out of Monrovia and at the NTLA as Chairman of Post & Telecommunications, he helped reduce the price of sim cards from US$ 65.00 to US$ 5.00, and now 75 Liberian Dollars.
Based on the work of Mr. Jackson over the years, the Executives and members of the Concerned Students Movement believe that he can make a very good representation at the level of the Liberian Senate for Bong County in what they referred to as the period of National Reconstruction and Reconciliation.
Meanwhile, the students’ Movement is calling on every citizen of Bong County to support the candidacy of Mr. Jackson noting that the people of the county have suffered for too long living with poverty.
The release was signed by Foday Sheriff, Secretary and approved by Kesseley Barsah, Chairman.