Kicking off the third round of his traditional annual break, Grand Kru County District#2 Representative, Cllr. J. Fonati Koffa, who is also the Chairman of the CDC Grand Kru County Campaign will on Tuesday, December 1 arrive in Buah at his district office, where he will officially launch the campaign for the re-election of the Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC) candidate, Dr. Peter Sonpon Coleman.
According to a press release from the office of Representative Koffa, the Sinoe County lawmaker who left Monrovia on Thursday, November 26, 2020, will later meet with all the strike force district team leaders to further strategize and ensure a resounding victory for the CDC in the county.
The Office of Rep. Koffa furthered that on Monday, December 7, Representative Koffa will convene a District Development Meeting in Betu with the residents of Jloh district. Thereafter, Cllr. Koffa will retire to his Sasstown residence on Monday night and the following day on Tuesday, he will vote at the Sasstown High School Polling Center.
After the election, Rep. Koffa will visit his projects including the three elementary schools nearing completion, promising to conduct other annual development tours.
“The development tour is in support and promotion of the Pro-Poor Agenda in ensuring developments in all parts of the electoral district,” the release stated.
Kick-starting his activities to the Southeast, Representative Koffa will pay a visit to the Tubman University in Maryland County on Saturday November 28, 2020, where he will attend the graduation exercises of the university. Scores of Grand Kru students are expected to obtain degrees in various disciplines.
On Monday, November 30, Rep. Koffa will attend the official launching of the universal access tower in Paluken—an initiative of the Liberia Telecommunications Authority (LTA). The occasion will be graced by the Minister of Post Affairs and officials of the LTA.
The GSM tower in Paluken comes amidst tireless efforts by Rep. Koffa to ensure that the capital of Forpoh Statutory is at long last connected to the network.
The Paluken Tower is one of two universal access sites in Liberia that will provide full GSM capabilities and internet to that part of the country. The initial provider is Lone Star MTN.