Bong Native Wants Tetteh & Mbonah Appointed in Boakai government

(Gbarnga, Bong County) – As President Joseph N. Boakai continues to nominate or appoint qualified sons and daughters in government, a son of Lower Bong County based in the United States of America, Benedict Wolapaye has recommended to the President to appoint two industrial sons of the County to ministerial positions.

Recently, much attention has been drawn to the debate of which folks are qualified, competent, and experienced to occupy certain appointed positions in government, and which category of people are not.

Mr. Wolapaye believes that when Kwaishe Tetteh and Arthur Mbonah are appointed they will ensure the effective implementation, coordination, and monitoring of government policies, programs, and decisions in their various positions as cabinet members.

The Lower Bong County native told the INFORMER that the duo are qualified and experienced to serve as Minister, Director, and deputy ministerial positions at the Ministry of Education, Liberia Land Authority, and the Ministry of Land and Mines.

The American-based Bongese said he has worked closely with Kwashie Tetteh and Arthur Mbonah before, especially during his days in Liberia, and “I can say, for a fact, that these individuals have sacrificed everything for the success of the downtrodden citizens of Bong County in turn of financial assistance to school going kids or students.”

He said the leadership, resilience, and work output of these two individuals are overwhelming, thereby calling on the President to appoint them to his government, something which he said if it’s done the Boakai government stands for more development for these industrial sons of Bong County.

Mr. Wolapaye said Tetteh and Mbonah, plus many other natives, more than deserve to hold positions at the helm of government, and no one should be standing in the way based on their competence.

“Mr. Tetteh and Mbonah have always been leaders, standing in the gap for thousands of young people, and advocating for the dignity of Bong County in turn to development and the human resources capacity building,” he added

Additionally, Wolapaye revealed that Kwaishe Tetteh has served in several capacities reaching from Director of Public Relations and media officer at Cuttington University, AME Zion University, and the Liberia Land Authority among others while Arthur Mbonah is serving as Principal of the only government-run High School in Sanoyea District#7, Bong County.

Mr. Tetteh is the Founder and Executive Director of the Bong Professionals Network (BON-PRO).

The Bong Professionals Network is a non-governmental professional organization organized by sons and daughters of the county with the same ideology of moving their county forward through programs and activities that will help in contributing meaningfully to the developmental agenda of Bong County.

The concerned eminent son of Bong County is meanwhile seeking the intervention of Senator Prince Moye, who is a highly respected and influential figure in the Unity Party.
By Patrick Stephen Tokpah

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