Sen. Sherman Breaks Ground For School Building -As Citizens Urges Him to Recontest In 2023

Senator Varney Sherman of Grand Cape Mount County as part of his initiatives to give back to his constituency has broken ground for the construction of a six-classroom school and administration unit in Gold Camp, Gola Konneh District of the county on Saturday, December 4, 2021.

According to information made available to The Analyst from the ceremony, Senator Sherman will finance the project, while the community will provide the labor for the construction of the school, which is expected to be completed before the end of the rainy season. The Gold Camp area with an estimated 10,000 inhabitants currently has a three-classroom school constructed in 2017 by the Norwegian Refugee Council and later on turned over to the Liberian government.

Performing the ceremony at the program, Senator Sherman underscored the importance of education in human development and advancement in society. He disclosed several lawmaking initiatives being undertaken by him at the Senate to address major challenges including road maintenance, nationwide access to mobile telecommunications and electrification.

Meanwhile, apparently with the Senator only thinking of how best he could be of assistance to his people without expecting anything in return, the citizens out of gratitude for the project is being undertaken to alleviate the sufferings of both parents and students, used the occasion to petition him to recontest the senatorial seat when his tenure expires in 2023 and was witnessed by chiefs, men and women groups, sports and youth groups in the area.

The petitioners referenced Senator Sherman his unmatched qualifications and performance at the Senate as well as his numerous developmental and assistance programs initiated in Grand Cape Mount County.

Accepting the petition from the citizens, Senator Sherman expressed gratitude to the people of Gola Konneh District for acknowledging his contributions to nation building and the petition by the citizens for him to seek reelection.

He said with 40 years of legal practice and vast experience, he is committed to working in the best interest of not only Grand Cape Mount, but also Liberia and therefore accepted the petition to seek reelection in 2023

Senator Sherman was elected in 2014 during the Special midterm Senatorial election on the platform of the Unity Party and is regarded as one of the movers and shakers in the upper chambers of the nation legislature.

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