BY: Samuel Flomo Jr.
Bong county correspondent
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William Dolo who once worked for the lawmaker explained that representative Cole has reportedly failed to fulfill his major campaign promises since 2017, and doesn’t deserve an additional six (6) years in parliament.
Dolo who admitted to having disagreements with hon. Cole on his campaign promises, clarified that he resigned, and was never fired as insinuated.
Particularly for promises, Dolo named the failure of the representative to construct the motorcyclist terminal, the lack of district reports to ensure accountability, setting up of a development council to supervise development in the district, giving Gbarnga to its original people; among others are pledging that ensured his state power.
He also accused the lawmaker of being corrupt, allegedly looting other institutions, including CB Dunbar hospital, CARI, as well as his reported refusal to settle his financial obligations to the Bong County Technical College, classifying the people of Wainsue as goats, the lack of political tolerance in the lawmaker, among others as factors that will hinder his re-election bid in 2023.
Meanwhile, the administrative assistant to the Lawmaker, Eldorado Cammue termed the accusations as baseless and wants the public not to give ears to the negative propaganda spilled.
Eldorado described his boss’ performances over the last five years as unprecedented; thereby calling on others to join the process to ensure his boss gets additional six (6) years in parliament.
On education, Eldorado says his boss has sponsored 81 students at Cuttington University since 2017, over 91 sponsored students at BCTC, 22 thousand United States Dollars for BCTC’s Nursing department accreditation, scholarship opportunities for young people in the county, among many engagements as additional involvement since 2017.
On lawmaking, he named the 2018 emergency health bill and the 2019 education bill as two bills that have originated from his boss.