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Time for District #10 Transformation - Rep

Montserrado County District #10 Representative, Julius Berrian, says the time has come for the people of his district to experience practical transformation and developmental efforts in the district.

 He told reporters at his Capitol Building office in Monrovia yesterday that the District and its people continue to work towards tangible transformation that would benefit the citizens through national development in line with Liberian government policy.

Rep. Berrian lauded the unified manner in which citizens of District #10 have been working together, describing it a key factor for peace and reconciliation and the conduit for attaining sustained development.

Rep. Berrian attributed the success of many of his initiatives as lawmaker to what he considered high level of unity, peace and ongoing reconciliation among his people.

Meanwhile, as part of the citizens’ willingness to unite and work together in the interest of the district, Rep. Berrian disclosed that two players, Zico Josiah and Joel Emerson who are also residents of the district were en route to Anse’s Reunion FC to play in the Italian league.

The Liberian players who featured for  Zelor FC are the first players to benefit from such gesture, as many more football players of the district will be given similar opportunity as the lawmaker’s commitment to seeking foreign employment for them.

The Lawmaker who said the arrangements to have the two Liberian moved into professional football were part of his plans to building the capacity of both  talented youths and other residents in their areas of interest.

Rep. Berrian stressed that there can be no development that would reflect and impact the life of the people directly and indirectly without citizens realizing the fact that reconciliation and peace building were the key channel to national development and growth in any society.

He indicated that he remains focused in fostering the road map for peace and reconciliation throughout Liberia and wants other districts to follow the good examples of the people of District #10.

According to him, since his election on the ticket of the Congress for Democratic Change in 2011, citizens of the district have tried to live in peace and unity; something that keeps the very residents of the district to live together as one family.

The CDC Montserrado County lawmaker pointed out that the opportunity created for two young players to leave the district and move to Italy in Europe is an eye-opener opportunities for other deserving youths to be exposed to foreign opportunities and capacities building not only in the area of sports but other disciplines that would motivate them make meaningful contributions to the district and its people.

The two young Liberians football players, Zico Josiah and Joel Emerson, the lawmaker said were going to Italy through his personal negation and were in response to promises made to youth of that district that he would contribute their development through their respective areas of development.

The lawmaker said the young Liberians’ trip to Italy will serve as a motivational force for other young people as well as the elderly to develop the courage that through him (Rep. Julius Berrian) the district remains in full readiness to build the capacity of the people and foster rapid development in the entire district.    

Rep. Berrian disclosed that the district was gradually making advances through development including the constructions of hand pumps; pit Latrines, drainages among others that were awaiting dedication as soon as possible.

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