Hon. Youngblood Second Term Bid Receives Boost as Former Student leader Declared Support

muapohMONROVIA: As the political heat of electoral district 9, Montserrado County gears up as to who leads the people of district 9 at the 54th National Legislature, Isaac Muapoh an astute youth and student general who served the Montserrado County Student Union of the Liberia National Student Union (LINSU) district 9 chapter has officially resigned and declared his support for the re-election of Liberia youngest and most eloquent female Representative (Hon Munah E. Pelham-Youngbloo) in the impending presidential and representatives election of 2017.

“Over my fourteen (14) months of services in MONSU, I meet great young and inspiring people who made me more optimistic that there’s hope ahead with this generation, working with these young people I was able to implement six successful programs all of wish were proudly sponsored by Hon. Munah E. P. Youngblood making us the Best District across the seventeen Districts in Montserrado County and as well the Best coordinator in 2016”. The pragmatic student general stated.

Speaking at a well organized press conference in Sinkor, Mr. Muapoh lamented that he’s moved with Madam Youngblood community developmental initiatives, advocacy role, and application of her oversight and lawmaking responsibilities. “She’s accessible and a face and proud of our generation”. He added. DOWNLOAD THE FULL SPEECH OF Isaac Here: press-statement-for-immediate-release-1

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