Patrick Komoyan Eyes District#3 Seat -As Petitioning Rally Overwhelm Paynesville

MONROVIA : Residents of District#3, Montserrado County, turned out in their numbers to showcase their support to the representative aspirant Patrick Komoyan whose name they said is a household  name in the district and is therefore considered  an ideal candidate for the district’s seat in the lower House of the National Legislature.

Thousands of residents of District#3, Montserrado County on May 15, 2023, joined hands in support of Komoyan in parading the major streets of the district to present their petition to the representative aspirant.

Every segment of the district was represented by its head, including heads the District Development Council, the Religious Community in the district, leaders of various community blocs, leaders of the Women Wing, the Youths, among others, all of whom read their statements of support towards the representative bid of aspirant Komoyan.

In their petition statements, the District #3 residents, amongst other things, requested aspirant Komoyan to contest the District’s seat as an independent candidate on October 10, 2023.

The representative aspirant accepted their petitions and promised to go as an independent candidate in the ensuing October elections of this year, 2023.

The representative aspirant also promised that his leadership will provide transparency at all levels, indicating that the interest of the people must always matter under his tenure when elected Representative for Montserrado County District #3.

According to him, the District has been poorly represented during the past six years, alleging that the lawmaker of District #3 has been running after his own interests instead of performing his traditional roles of representation, lawmaking and oversight for which he was elected.

Mr. Komoyan further indicated that his leadership, when elected, will provide total redemption for residents of District #3.

He divulged that his partner will provide five Hundred Free vocational skills training programs for the young people of the district at the end of May, promising that the livelihood of the people remains his key priority.

The petition ceremony went well with thousands of supporters of Komoyan storming the entire District in Paynesville City, outside of Monrovia.

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