Former representative candidate of Gbarpolu County Electoral District Number Three Candidate, Thomas Andrew Fahn has called on the Coalition for Democratic Change led-government to investigate the then Unity Party and foreign contractors for what he calls substandard projects carried out in the country.
Speaking in an exclusive interview with Dakpannah 24 Friday, Andrew Fahn stressed that former President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf regime awarded contracts to many companies without their completion, adding that the Caldwell road and Mount Coffee are some indications of his claims.
According to him, the Caldwell road and hydro projects are yet to complete; something Andrew Fanh said national government spent huge sum of million dollars on to be done and to benefit citizens in the country.
The former representative candidate of Gbarpolu County Electoral District Number Three Candidate also described as unfortunate and disheartening for more areas to still be out of electricity in the country, while government continues to spend more dollars.
He further believes that the CDC government must be blamed for reportedly letting former leaders leave power with impunity, stressing the need to call for questioning both the companies and former leaders.
Andrew Fahn indicated that citizens are hopeless and living with frustration due to the alleged acts of some national government officials.
According to him, companies coming to the country should have their document that will guarantee their projects in Liberia.
Andrew Fahn has at the same time questioned the CDC government for doing business with companies, including CHICO, Mount Coffee and among others, adding that those companies have reportedly failed to complete most of the projects across the country.
Meanwhile, Andrew Fahn described members of the legislature as rubber stems who only seek their personal interest at the detriment of the ordinary citizens, adding that Liberia currently needs a new breed of legislators to move the country forward.
He also calls for improvement in the laws of the country; something he believes when done, will transform the country.
The former representative candidate of Gbarpolu County Electoral District Number Three Candidate further clarified that his advocacy is not intended to seek job from national government; something he said it is aimed at seeking the growth and development of the country.