Female Candidate Gives Reason For Joining Senatorial Race
By Edwin G. Wandah
A female candidate in the ensuing Special Senatorial Election for Rivercess County has blamed past leaders of the county for the underdevelopment of the county and other unfinished projects.
Speaking recently in Cestos City, Rivercess County, Madam Rosanna GlaypohkpaySchaack told hundreds of supporters that two things led her to contest the ensuing Senatorial Elections.
“Two things put me in this race, shame and disgrace,” she stated. She furthered, “I’m shame because I voted for people who turned out to be the other way around, forgetting the same people who voted them, and disgrace simply because I, Rosanna GlaypohkpaySchaack from a county that lagging behind in terms of development,” Madam Schaack stated.
Meanwhile, several supporters and well-wishers of MsdamSchaack who attended the arrival of Madam Schaack were in jubilant mood as they celebrated pre-victory of the lady who is known for her humanitarian services to humanity.
A staunch supporter of Madam Schaack, a Clan Chief of Zeo Town, Augustin Gbah pointed out that he sees the lady as a fordable force in the race.
“We started knowing this lady since the 90s. She has proven to be one with a motherly heart for the citizens, she is developmental-oriented than even the incumbent who has clearly told us that he does not need our votes to win the elections. In fact, the incumbent has told us that without our votes, he stands the chance to win landslide,” Gbah stated.
Speaking on her agenda, Madam Schaack told the citizens that went elected to the Senate; she will work along with her colleagues in the Senate to champion many good causes.
She named some of the things to be undertaken as quality and valuable education, better road network, health facilities, communication, reconciliation amongst citizens, and better programs for the youths as some of her priorities in the Senate.
Speaking earlier, the Chairman of Madam Schaack campaign team called on Rivercess citizens to remain focus and vote the best candidate. Joseph Dehweh, said the underdevelopment of the county can also be attributed to the failure of past leaders whom he said brought divisive politics instead of unity amongst the peace loving people of the county.