“I Don’t Need Degrees, To Represent My People” …Rep. Zoe Pennue Tells Critics

By Jefferson D.Tweh

Grand Gedeh County Representative, Zoe Emmanuel Pennue, has described himself as a political striker in Grand Gedeh County.

Rep. Pennue said because of his position every good players in the political race are worried about him since he declared his intention to contest the October 14, 2014 Senatorial race.

In an exclusive interview, Rep. Pennue said nothing will stop him from winning the Senatorial seat in Grand Gedeh County, come October 14, 2014 Special Senatorial Election.

The Grand Gedeh County lawmaker averred that those who are begging him not to contest the Senatorial seat in Grand Gedeh County must pray to demons to die, rather than praying to God to increase their ages.

According to Rep. Pennue, he does not need a masters degree or PHD, before his people get safe drinking water and good road network. Pennue said he is not looking at credentials but what he can do to help his people in the county because according to him, he loves his people and cares about their well-being.

“If you think I am a threat in the pending Senatorial race, then go to the United Nations, African Union or Economic Community of West African States and look for job, but I will take the Senatorial seat,” Rep. Pennue told his critics.

Meanwhile, Rep. Pennue has disclosed that 90% of the young people in the county have encouraged him to contest for the Senatorial seat in his county. The lawmaker concluded that he wants to set a political record in Grand Gedeh County.

Rep. Pennue stated further that if he remains Representative and carries on developmental initiatives in other districts in the county, his colleagues would feel that he is undermining them saying, “Therefore I want to be seen on county level and give help to more districts in the county.

Rep. Pennue said he had lived with his people for several years and knows their needs.