Their Political Tactics Cannot And Will Not Kill My Political Future, Bong County Ex-Health Administrator Claims; Empowers Over 100 Women And Girls After 2 Months Of Vocational Training

By: Samuel Flomo Jr.
Bong county correspondent
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Gbarnga City: Bong County former Health Administrator and CEO of the Jonah Nulee Tokpah school of Leadership and Development says he remains focus with his political ambition of contesting for the Representative seat in Bong’s electoral district #4, despite the he has been transferred to Grand Cape Mount County as Health Administrator.

It can be recalled, the Ministry of Health on January 22, 2021 transferred Jonah Nulee Togbah, Administrator of Bong County Health Services, to Rivercess County, replacing him with Lasanah Kromah, Warehouse manager of the Ministry of Health.

However, the Ministry’s decision to transfer him to Rivercess County was unrealistic and the controversial assignment was later change to Grand Cape Mount County, following so many political inter-play and consultations with some senior stalwarts of the governing Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC). But according to the Ministry, the decision to transfer Togbah was part of its rotational policy of assigning or re-assigning its staffs across the country.

The recent transfer of Tokpah sparked up many controversies and mixed views of citizens and some political pundits across the county many believe Tokpah’s abrupt transfer was championed by Bong’s district #3 law maker Josiah Marvin Cole, who is now noted for allegedly masterminding the forceful letdown of some appointed government officials that are not dancing to his tune.

Even during President Weah’s recent tour to Bong County, it was reported that the CDC’s first partisan mandated the Minister of Health “to immediately reinstate Togbah, claiming that his transfer was more political than administrative as perceived by Deputy Minister Norwu Howard, who is believed to be a sibling of VP Taylor.

Togbah in a recent interview with Cable Media-Liberia in Naama town, electoral district #4 said, his unlawful transfer was a political tactic meant to reduce his popularity and significance in the district as he sets his eyes on the district’s Representative seat.

“Their Political Tactics Cannot And Will Not Kill My Political Future and I am not deterred by that, because their tricks have increased the people’s love and admiration towards me,” he said.

“I will always be with my people every time because I only work from Mondays to Fridays so over the weekends my people will still feel my impacts even as compared to the past” he furthered.

Moreover, Topka in fulfilment of his quest to alleviate poverty and dependency of Women and Girls in parts of district #4 over the weekend graduated over 100 students (including women and girls) from the Jonah Nulee Tokpah School of Leadership and Development as part of its rural empowerment training program for women and girls in Naama town, Zota district #4 in Bong County.

For their part, the participants of the 2 months intensive training program extended commendations to Mr. Tokpah and vowed to massively vote him comes 2023 adding that he is the first individual to venture into such a transformative initiative in that part of the district.

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